I recently came back from an 8-day long video shoot in Tokyo Japan.
I was following a high-end food tour at some of Tokyo's best restaurants including; Quintessence, Mizutani Sushi, Takazawa, and Den.
The hard thing about shooting a tour like this is getting good audio in often loud and unpredictable environment. The Sony UWP kit does a great job, but that's only if there is one person talking and you know who it is! The Rode Videomic Pro was a better choice often as it captures audio from right in front of the camera, or at least gives you better audio so that you have a better chance of improving it in audio-post.
The other factor is the etiquette of the place. While sitting in a restaurant it is tricky to be in a formal, strict environment, but get your camera out for every course of a degustation! In some places we were banned from filming, such as Mizutani Sushi where the focus is just on environment and so the camera ruins that - not so great for covering a food-tour with video though!
We were at Shibuya station for Halloween in what was perhaps the craziest part of the tour where we met these crazy people...