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.
This may be the best deal ever for fans of beer and shochu sours who’re tight on cash and time.
Recent study suggests that Japanese males are significantly less interested in getting wasted as they used to be.
Come for the fried food and alcohol, stay for the traditional Japanese winter comfort cuisine.
If you like to eat or drink, you owe yourself a trip here.
Brilliant noodle upgrade, or waste of perfectly good rice wine?
After making a splash at the box office, Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime leads to something you can pour into a sake cup.
Make your night a “monster” of an evening with this elegant but geeky sake set.
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.