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Various new drinking method of nihonshu!
Nihonshu is the wine made from rice, water and koji. Although it is enough to make Japanese proud, yet many Japanese are not good at drinking...
And some people want to drink it, but the alcohol of nihonshu is about 15-16 degrees, so they are afraid to have a try.
For such people and those who like drinking nihonshu, I'd like to recommend some new drinking method of nihonshu which can be mixed at home.
"Drink intravenous drip?" Then come to drink the amazake brought from temple on the New Year's Day.
Do you know a milky drink called the "amazake" which is often seen during the festival or the New Year's first visit to the temples and shrines?
Although the word is written with "sake", it's not alcoholic beverages, this is a kind of soft drink even the minors can drink.
Now let me introduce the reality of the amazake which is popular with ladies recently!
The Japanese Rice Wine Vending Machine of Your Dreams?! Enjoy Japanese Sake to Your Heart's Content!
Have you ever heard the word, "kakuuchi"?
Kakuuchi means standing and drinking at a liquor store.
In Japan, there are many liquor stores where you can do kakuuchi, though we will present places with Japanese sake vending machines that will excite adults! Just what is Japanese sake anyway? If you've ever wondered this, then be sure to check out this article!
Welcome to the Spirit Realm..!? A Peek Inside the Haunted Izakaya in Kichijouji!
Halloween's just around the corner!
It's a happening time in Japan, what with everyone dressing up and having a good time... and that's fun and all, but why not grab a seat and have a drink surrounded by Japanese ghosts, or Yuurei in Japanese? You could be in for a real scare!
We're going to introduce you to a scary, fun, and delicious Izakaya bar.
Izakaya Beginners to Veterans! 5 Types of Classic Otsumami
In the last article we discussed Japanese izakaya, but this time we will present Japanese snacks served there that go well with alcohol! From standard otsumami to those that require some courage, stick with us to possibly pave the way for new food discoveries!
Neither a Bar, Pub, or Restaurant?! Enjoy Unique Culture at Night in Japan at an Izakaya
Nightfall, when the city illuminates, people flock to Japanese taverns, or izakaya to unwind and sate their hunger after a tiring work day. Even in Japan, izakaya are one of many popular genre of places. You are probably wondering how they differ from pubs, right? Well, how about we dig a little deeper to find out?