7 Cool Sake-Inspired T-Shirts
Want to show your appreciation for sake and its history? Then tell everybody about it with these fantastic sake-inspired T-shirts!
Sample 100 Types of Sake in Tokyo!
Discover the taste of real local 'jizake' at a sake bar in Asakusa that offers over 100 different types of Japan's famous rice wine!
The 6 Weirdest Bars in Tokyo
Tokyo revels in themed entertainment, and the city's bars are no exception. We've outlined some of the wildest, strangest, and most off-the-wall bars for you!
This Trendy Way to Try Sake Is the Bomb!
Spend enough time on an American college campus and you'll surely come across a sake bomb. So why is it relatively unknown in Japan?
Add an Extra Kick to Your Green Tea Latte
You know you want it.
What to Drink with Ramen
Undecided about what to drink with your ramen? Check out Serious Eats' picks of preferable drinks you should try with your noodles!
Heavenly Sake from Hokuriku
The Hokuriku region is home to many breweries famous for producing splendid sake. Let's take a look at some well-known Hokuriku sake we're sure you'll want to try!
Yamanashi Winery Day Trip
Katsunuma, a region in Yamanashi, is a wine powerhouse with 31 wineries producing 27 percent of Japanese wine each year! Come with us on a day trip of three distinct wineries.
A Perfect Pairing of Hot-Pot & Sake
Koyama Brewery is the only sake brewery left in Tokyo's 23 wards—and Roppongi's Kintsuta is a great restaurant for getting a taste!
Goodness Gracious! Great Balls of Sake!
This revolutionary ice bomb is filled with flavor and excitement.
3 Award-Winning Craft Beer Breweries in Toyama
Many local brewers have tried to produce their own craft beer, but these three breweries in Toyama have found the secret recipe to success.
Seat Orientation May Improve Station Safety
JR West has uncovered a simple solution for reducing the number of drunken customers falling onto its train tracks.
Hitomi Noda Offers a Nonalcoholic Kiss
Hitomi Noda of seven-girl idol unit Ready to Kiss stars in an online commercial for Duc de Montagne Rose, a nonalcoholic sparkling wine from Yokohama's Shonan Trading Co, Ltd.
Fine Wine Meets Fine Art
Rather than using traditional paints to recreate classic paintings, Sanja Jankovic turns to a rather unconventional art medium.
Tour the Inaba Brewery in Ibaraki
The Japan Guy takes us through the Inaba Brewery on a snowy day—and reveals what lies behind a certain mysterious little door!
Fists of Absinthe Coming to TBS Digital
Absinthe, sneakers, swords, ninjas, and a whole lot of intentionally over-descriptive subtitles. Think Quentin Tarantino, minus the blood and F-bombs.
The Changing Faces of Horoyoi
See if you can recognize some of the flavors and faces of Horoyoi!
Local Brewer Reinvented with Global Sake
25 years ago, Asahishuzo was just a local brewer with a faltering brand, its products losing market share not only to other breweries but also to beer, wine, shochu and other beverages.
4 'Alcoholic' Beverages with 0% Alcohol
'Nomyunication' (communication through drinking) is very important in Japanese society. But what if you're not good at drinking? No problem! Come check out these 0 percent alcohol alcoholic drinks!
Three Cheers for Sakura Beer!
No beer could be better suited to a cherry blossom viewing party this alcoholic drink that's a mix of malted barley, wheat and petals from cherry blossom trees.