Clémence Schmitt

Clémence

Coming from the East of France, Clémence is now living in Tokyo. She was immediately amazed by the flawless ability of the city to combine tradition and modernity. Clémence will be delighted to share with travelers, her discoveries, favorite places and favorite restaurants.

His/Her background

After studying Communication and Management of food and wine in France and the United States, Clémence flew to Japan. A new country, a new culture and most of all a new language, a lot of new discoveries that make the life of this young Tokyoite even more thrilling and exciting.

His/Her advice for you

Must-see :

The great atmosphere of a night in an izakaya, these small bars and restaurants where you can order and share small dishes. The less known neighborhoods of Yanaka and Shibamata for a glimpse of the old Tokyo.

To bring back with you :

A Daruma doll, a traditional Japanese lucky doll, Yuzu products (sweets, salt, tea...), a bento box and its accessories to prepare a beautiful and good takeaway meal.

Things to do :

The Mori Art Museum observatory in Roppongi Hills in the late afternoon, to see Tokyo at nightfall, wander in the shops like Tokyu Hands and Loft in Shibuya, a picnic in the garden of Shinjuku Gyoenmae.

Words to Know :

« Oishi katta » ! « That was delicious ». A simple phrase to thank the cook and his team after a good meal.

Dishes to Try :

Onigiri, these small triangular white rice balls wrapped in nori seaweed. Commonly stuffed with raw fish and other salty or sour Japanese specialties, they are perfect to eat on the go... without moderation.

Traps to avoid :

Getting lost when taking a random exit in the subway. Some stations, such as Shinjuku or Shibuya, are so big that you had better take a look at the map to find the best exit. It will save you valuable time.

OUR CLIENTS' VOICES :

"Our angel Clemence, was very professional and makes herself always available when she is needed, either personal, by phone or by email. Definitely we will be booking our next vacation with Japan Experience."

Guillermo

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