Everyone say it out loud now: Calpisbeer!
If you like beef, booze, or both, then this event is for you.
Pointless competitiveness, unbridled perversion, and mysterious sadness are all on the menu, says our experienced expert.
Suntory plans to install non-alcoholic beer vending machines in Japanese offices for workers who could use a drink while on the job.
The lure of cheap booze is hard to resist, but before you follow that discount-promising tout, take a moment to check what clothes he’s wearing.
Drinking with the boss is only the second-biggest complaint in survey.
One of Japan’s oldest distillers shares a delicious dessert idea.
Self-serve beer tap and shochu bottles keep the drinks flowing and the prices low.
Matcha wine, sausage, and desserts also on offer at elegant restaurant in the heart of the city.
Start your day with fresh-brewed coffee, fill the afternoon with sightseeing, and end it with delicious sake.
New age restrictions also put in place for actors and actresses, even anime ones.
Who knew Japanese sake and figure skating would score a perfect 10?
Grab a friend for one of Japan’s greatest unlimited booze offers ever.
No need to wait until the workday is done before knocking back a cold one, and it just might lead to a full-time position.
Too tipsy to type? One tap will find the way home for you, plus tell you how much time you’ve got before your night out becomes an all-nighter.
Be sure to spend the drinking funds for your cherry blossom viewing party on these beautiful cans.
It’s not getting drunk, it’s getting cultured! And drunk.
Come for the unlimited beer, stay for the Japanese-style fried chicken (and probably the ramen).
The flowers won’t be opening from their buds for a few more weeks, but you can crack open a bottle of this special craft brew right now.
If you can’t get enough of Japan, or just happen to be the indecisive type, this mix of Yebisu Beer and Kyoto green tea is for you.