drinking

Have a Fun and Thrilling Night at These 2 Unique Izakayas in Shibuya!

Shibuya is considered a part of Tokyo that doesn’t sleep. It consists of many restaurants and cafes where people can relax, unwind, socialize, and spend an evening. For those who are up for dancing and having a thrilling night, there are numerous bars and clubs in the area to choose from. If you’re into something…

Enjoy Fine Food and Complimentary Drinks at These 2 Great Restaurants in Tokyo!

Japan is famous for its cuisine. It is thought to have the most Michelin Starred restaurants of any country in the world, and takes food very seriously! There are numerous dining options to choose from if you are in staying in Japan. With the growing competitive food market in the country, it can be tough…

HaruTake, Takoyaki and More in This Week’s Hot 10 Articles!

Hi, readers! This is the Japan Info staff. We wanted to say thank you for always reading our articles and we’ve got a way for you to enjoy them more! Out of all the posts that have been published over the last week (August 1st to 7th) on Japan Info and/or on Facebook, we are…

Master These Beer Drinking Tips For Any Casual or Formal Outing in Japan!

Japan is one of those countries that has a proper drinking manner at the table even if it’s only casual. Of course, many of you might have read or seen it already that you will have to pour for another person and never pour for yourselves. Well, that is indeed correct but there’s more to…

Go To Barcode in Kyoto for Karaoke, Dancing, Parties and More!

Do you love karaoke? Do you love drinking? Do you want to make new friends and have a great night out? Then I have the perfect place for you to visit – Barcode Kyoto! Barcode facebook.com/ Barcode is located right in the heart of Kyoto’s nightlife district. It’s a big, bright bar that welcomes people…

Nominication: How Japanese Express Themselves Through Drinking

During the 20th century, Japanese companies began encouraging employees to have gatherings after work hours to strengthen camaraderie over a couple of drinks. This is also a good opportunity for the employees to have a good time with their co-workers or even their bosses and get rid of stress from work. cybozushiki.cybozu.co.jp/ Japanese people tend…

3 Japanese Snacks that Will Go Perfectly with Your Late night Beer

When you are out for a drink with your friends in Japan, you may notice a plate of nosh put in front of you to accompany your beverage. Here are a few common options you may see at bars, or izakaya. Don’t be shy, dig in! Boiled Soy Beans (Edamame) masalaeatsmiami.com/ These are a great…

3 Important Japanese Business Customs You Should Know!

Different countries have different customs and manners and Japan is no exception to that. For the foreigners who are living in Japan, some things may be an unusual sight for you or you may not be familiar with certain practices. There are many customs and manners in Japan but in the business world, you need…

Macho Bar in Kyoto: The Perfect Place for Cocktails and Eye Candy!

If you are in Kyoto and looking for somewhere, you can enjoy a drink and also enjoy the view then you need to get yourself to “Macho Bar” off Kiyamachi street between Shijo and Sanjo. Author’s photo It’s pretty easy to find, from Kiyamachi street if you’re going south from Sanjo street take the next…

Traditional Liquor Shochu: Pride of Japan

Shochu should never be mistaken with sake. It is a Japanese distilled beverage which is stronger than wine and sake. speaklikenative.com/ It has quite a long history with its first existence dating back to 1546. It has its origins in Kyushu but can be found all over Japan these days. Sochi Origin speaklikenative.com/ Shochu means…
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