The debate continues over whether plying a carp with booze is inhumane treatment of animals or a treasured part of Japan’s cultural heritage.
Let adorable traditional ukiyo-e cat art add to your drinking pleasure!
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.
Capsules are only the beginning of what this new Tokyo capsule hotel has to offer.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the legendary RPG series Dragon Quest, a limited edition bottle of sake is released. But for Sir Sato, a hangover draws near!
This traditional Japanese rice wine is said to enhance the chocolate-eating experience.
Tradition and community are great, but there’s one more thing this Nagano celebration gets a boost from.
The female lead from one of one anime’s biggest recent hits stops talking in order to do some drinking.
The green white wine is part of a range of matcha-based alcoholic beverages which include chocolate liqueur, Japanese sake and umeshu plum wine.
Soak up some Japanese atmosphere without busting your budget.
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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.
Because you might be too old to play with your food, but you’re not too old to play with your glasses.
Who said sake cups have to be boring?
Step up your sake game and flavor by trying some of these with your next bottle.
Can you tell what this eye-catching white bottle decorated with bright red patterns is supped to be? While the look isn’t exactly conventional, this is actually a sake product called NISHIKIGOI, and the bottle is artfully designed to look like a beautiful colored carp.
If you’re someone who loves the sunshine and hates the cold, you’re probably feeling a little down that we’ve now undeniably entered autumn. Maybe you’re doing your best to look on the bright side by enjoying some tasty seasonal produce, like delicious Asian pears, or maybe you’re just trying to brace yourself against the advancing chill in the air with a stiff drink.
But why rely on just one of those coping strategies when you can employ both by whipping up an easy and delicious batch of Japanese-style sangria with fruit and sake?