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Japanese rice wine (sake)

We’ve heard a lot of things about Tokyo – it’s an expensive city, the best place to shop for gadgets, has the best ramen in the world, and so on. It’s the hub of Japan’s economy, and as such, lives up to its reputation of providing most of the...

Joining a bus tour is an economical way of going around Japan. It is available in most cities and can be used for short- or long-distance travels. But wouldn't it be nice if you can go on tour while wining and dining at the same time? A Japanese bus...

Sake is synonymous with Japanese culture and is the country's national drink made from rice. It is interconnected with the people's beliefs, traditions, way of thinking and way of life. It also makes the perfect companion for so many Japanese dishes, providing balance and harmony. If you're planning on...

Sake (酒) is one of Japan's most well-known products, and it is famous throughout the world. Understandably, many visitors to Japan are eager to try Japanese rice wine for themselves. However, sometimes it can be hard to know where to begin; I came to Japan knowing nothing about how...

Sake (酒), as a highly popular drink in Japan, needs certain elements to be correctly served. One of these is the vessel which plays a major role in sake's quality and taste. It also gives different textures and aromas to the drink. Most of the time, sake vessels are...

Niigata Prefecture (新潟県) needs no introduction as it renowned the world over for producing Japan's arguably most delicious rice and sake. But do you know that it is home to scrumptious fruits, delectable seafood, and exquisite artisanal products as well? What's more, it is a mere two hours from...

Kit Kat’s immense popularity around the world is no news, so as its solid fanbase in Japan. I have yet to see a country that can ace Japan when it comes to worshipping this popular chocolate favorite by producing some of the most unique, bizarre, and over-the-top variations fit...

As you probably already know, Japan has a lot of weird and interesting innovations which includes a variety of out-of-this-world vending machines. Some of the most bizarre and craziest ones include the banana vending machine, the rice vending machine, and the egg vending machine. With that said, how would...

The Ponshukan Sake and Rice Museum, in the area of Echigo-Yuzawa Station in Niigata, is famous for a few things – mainly for its sake, sake bath, and "bakudan onigiri." Continue reading to find out more about them! Sake-tasting One of the best things in Ponshukan is its huge variety of...

You'll never truly enjoy the essence of being in Japan if you don't try tasting sake. It is one of the heavily enjoyed rice wines often drank by people as it goes very well with lots of Japanese dishes. Though the origin of sake is unclear, there are several...

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