Bosses and girls appear in list of times that call for liquid courage.
All-you-can-drink beer costs just 600 yen (US$5.80), which will barely get you a single glass in many other Tokyo restaurants.
Because after a hard day at the office, there’s nothing like unwinding with a glass of bourbon and a chocolate-covered pretzel stick.
Mos Burger gives us one more reason to love it as we visit the Mos Bar in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood.
Turns out there’s a simple way you assess whether you’re a happy drunk or a dangerous one, at least according to one Japanese Twitter user.
Temperatures are rising in Tokyo, y’all.
Incident at Japanese pub shows that manga and anime can make for dangerous conversation fodder, depending on who’s in earshot.
Capsules are only the beginning of what this new Tokyo capsule hotel has to offer.
Tradition and community are great, but there’s one more thing this Nagano celebration gets a boost from.
The mix of 11 herbs and spices only gets better with the addition of 17 kinds of beer.
Once we heard about matcha white wine from Kyoto, we knew we had to try it for ourselves.
Tokyo location’s new blended ice beverages have a kick, but not from caffeine.
The latest in the controversial drink-mixing visual novel app is now available.
It used to be all about the classy characters with awesome designs, but now the drunk sister is stealing the show.
We feel the effects of 3.1% alcohol just by eating a pack of the new premium range of chocolate “twigs”.
Microbrew arrives in time for sakura-viewing parties.
Sakura Sakuranbo aims to please with two types of cherry flavors.
Kahlúa, the sweet coffee-based liqueur, is getting a Japanese makeover from Suntory Spirits and will be available in matcha flavor!.
Chocolate-covered wafers and Japanese rice wine are a winning combination.
Now you can enjoy a break with a Kit Kat and a shot of Japanese rice wine all rolled into one.