Japanese beer

Eat and Drink Sinfully at ’DevilCraft’ Hamamatsucho!

DevilCraft Hamamatsucho is a craft beer and Chicago-style pizza joint. It was originally opened in Kanda in 2012 but a year later, a branch was opened in Tokyo. The three beer enthusiasts who founded the place saw the lack in good food served at pubs and bars in Tokyo. Thus, opening the DevilCraft turned it…

Popular Japanese Beers to Try for all Beer Lovers

You may be forgiven for assuming that sake might be the most popular alcoholic beverage in Japan. But, you would be wrong! In 2006, Beer accounted for nearly two-thirds of the nine billion litres of alcohol consumed in the country that year. However, not many people outside of Japan know about the different kinds of…

Try the Best Beer in Japan, Kirin Beer

You might have come across the brand name Kirin during one of your visits in the supermarket. This is a popular beverage brand in Japan which is headquartered in Nakano-ku of Tokyo. The word “kirin” means giraffe in Japanese. However, Kirin Brewery has been named after the Chinese word “Quilin,” meaning a mythical hooved chimerical…