Japanese drink

Stay Cool This Summer With These 3 Popular Non-alcoholic Beers From Japan!

When it comes to staying healthy, drinking non-alcoholic beer is a good alternative to regular beer. Non-alcoholic beer can have a positive effect on people’s cardiovascular function, is a safe option for women who are pregnant, and is even believed to reduce feelings of anxiety. There are so many non-alcoholic beers in Japan that it…

Amazake: The Nutritious Sake Without Alcohol

Amazake literally means sweet sake. It is a traditional Japanese drink which is made from fermented rice, just like regular sake. Amazake tastes sweet and actually contains little to no alcohol. How is this drink made? And what is the best way to enjoy this tasty treat? Production Process blog.umamimart.com/ There are several recipes to…

7 Strange but Awesome Soft Drinks You Should Try in Japan

1. Calpis calpis.co.jp Calpis, the ubiquitous cultured milk drink in Japan, is a thin milky white drink that tastes like yoghurt. It is seen everywhere from cartons in convenience stores, cans in vending machines, and cocktail sours in local bars. Due to how the name sounds in English, it is marketed as Calpico in western…