Japanese rice wine (sake)

Going Drinking in Japan? Here Are 7 Tips and Rules to Keep in Mind

It’s no secret that the Japanese love to drink. Most people have been to at least one “nomikai,” usually a business- or work-related event where a group goes to an izakaya (Japanese pub or bar) to drink and bond. Although cocktails, bottled alcoholic drinks, and beer are very popular in Japan, there is also the…

Garments Made From Japanese Rice Wine Is Now a Thing in Japan! Check It Out!

Nowadays, fashion models just don’t walk the ramp with clothes made from common fabrics such as nylon, cotton, and silk. New fashion trends have been rising and many clothes are now made from newspapers and other unique materials! In Japan, there is a new line of innerwear that has become the talk of the town…

5 Things to Do in Yamaguchi, One of Japan’s Less Trodden Prefectures

Best known for its blowfish dish, Yamaguchi is the westernmost prefecture in the Chugoku region on the main island of Honshu. It is also one of Japan’s prefectures that keep traditional Japanese culture alive and stay true to the history of the country. If you like Japanese history, Yamaguchi is the place for you. Here…

5 Restaurants and Bars for a Great Evening Out in Lesser-Known Meguro Ward, Tokyo

What’s the first place that comes to mind when someone mentions an evening out in Tokyo? No doubt you might think of Ueno’s street food and izakayas, Shibuya’s nightclubs, or Shinjuku’s red light district. These areas, among others, are definitely great places to hang out in Tokyo. However, at the weekends, these places can get…

Live Like a Sumo Wrestler for an Evening at this Gorgeous Restaurant in Tokyo

Have you ever wondered what sumo wrestlers eat? Are you curious about what training grounds for sumo wrestlers look like? Then head over to Kappo Yoshiba and savor eating sumo wrestler’s staple food while appreciating the art of Japanese architecture and traditional sumo performances. Kappo Yoshiba (割烹 吉葉) kapou-yoshiba.jp/ Kappo Yoshiba has a long history…

3 Things to Do at Shimbashi, Tokyo’s Salarymen Capital

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 best accommodation, job opportunities, and entertainment…

Travel Around Niigata, Japan While Gourmet Dining Aboard These 2 Bus Tours

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 company called Willer Travel (ウィラートラベル) is…

Enjoy the Rich Aromas of Sake at Tokyo’s 3 Most Stylish Sake Bars

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 staying in Tokyo, you should try…

Sample Real Japanese Rice Wine in This Sake Museum in Kobe!

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 is made or which brands…
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