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How 5 Insider secrets of “Japanese HighBall” Brings You To Know Japanese Culture

A classic cocktail, "Whiskey & Soda" is also called 'Whiskey highball" known worldwide. The Japanese call it just "Highball" and it is a popular casual Izakaya drink for the first order (Kanpai!) You may be interested in why whiskey highball has been supported by the Japanese drinkers, what's so special? In this post, I will tell you the deep world of whiskey highball in Japan and the basic recipe to make Japanese highball at home.
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My Home Izakaya! How To Make Japanese Style Lemon Sour

What's Japanese-style sour? It's an Izakaya drink as popular as icy cold beer. Especially Lemon sour is trending in recent Japan, the Japanese enjoy it at home. Generally, Japanese sour is not sweet and just mixed with Japanese shochu or vodka and lemon juice (or lemon-flavored syrup), and carbonated water (or club soda.) In my recipe, you will never be bothered by watery lemon sour as drinking. The keys are homemade infused vodka and frozen flesh of lemons. Only you need is a little patient to peel lemon skins and waiting overnight.
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Quick & Easy, Only 13 Minute You Need; How To Use TWINBIRD Sake Warmer Set

Best selling electric sake warmer set, TWINBIRD Portable Atsukan Machine is a cool item for those who need the easiest way to make delicious hot sake at home. You just need an outlet and 13 minutes. You can choose 4 levels of temperature, piping hot/hot/warm/lukewarm. The only negative point of this product is no English translation! (oh my.) So, I am here to help you with the perfect instruction free.
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How To Make Kanzake (Hot Sake) At Home; 4 Methods To Heat Up Sake And The Ultimate Guide Of A Sake Decanter

Do you know how to heat up Japanese sake at home? Are you just microwave it in a mug? Read these tips to heat up sake without losing the taste and aroma. This is the ultimate guide of 4 ways to heat up sake and proper decanters to use for Kanzake (hot sake).
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6 Authentic Japanese Gifts Ideas For Him Who Loves Japanese Sake, Shochu, Whiskey; Traditional Sake Ware Selected By The Native Japanese

Are you searching for holiday gifts for him who loves drinking Japanese sake, Shochu, or whiskey? Here is the cool guide that introduced all genuine Japanese sake ware. made in Japan. Beer glass, cold sake ochoko glass, Tetsu Kyusu for warm/hot sake, Minoyaki ochoko sake cups, Edo kiriko shochu rock glass.
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My Home Izakaya; Make Lemon Sour With Homemade Lemon Syrup

Japanese-style lemon sour is a popular Izakaya cocktail. Some are non-sweet (sometimes it's called Chu-Hi") and others are added lemon (or sugar) syrup. I made homemade lemon syrup (accidentally). It's simple, easy, only 2 ingredients (lemons & sugar), no cooking and no adding water.
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Best Low-Carb Beers You Can Drink On The Keto Diet During Traveling In Japan

There are many theories about low-carb, sugar-free products, but you want to care about calories especially booze. In Japan, you don't have to worry about calculating calories, sugar contains, carbs, you will be impressed by how many beer-taste beverages with low-carb, low-sugar, non-alcohol in the row.
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How To Choose The Carbonated Water For Making The Best Japanese Highball At Home

"Highball" in Japan; the popular casual Izakaya drink which is the same as whiskey and soda. As the common recipe, daily casual whiskey, carbonated water, and a lemon wedge. You can use any kind of carbonated water (or natural sparkling water) for making the best Japanese highball? Nope. Today, I am going to tell you how to choose the best-carbonated water for making Japanese highball at home and the health benefits of carbonated water as a bonus.
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The Japanese Alcohol; 5 Basics Divas Want to Know About Shochu

The ultimate native guide to Japanese Shochu. It one of Japan's deep worlds worth exploring. First, Shochu is a Japanese distilled liquor that ABV is between about 25% to 40%, and it is totally different from Sake. On this site, you can know about what's shochu exactly, what made from, and the types of Shochu.
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The Native Ultimate Guide; How To Enjoy Shochu Like A Japanese

Shochu-the Japanese favorite distilled liquor has been behind Sake, but Shochu is also has been rooted deeply in Japanese drink culture. Not like a Sake, Shochu can be enjoyed with straight, on the rock, with hot/ice water, and more unique ways. The famous "Chu-Hi" is one of them. Today, I am going to introduce you to the classic cocktails for your Sohchu 'cheers.'
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The Simple But New Taste “Ocha Wari”: Discover Japanese Green Tea Cocktails

Here are great cocktail recipes you should add to your home bar. Get inspiration for new favorites. Make your own classic but mysterious green tea cocktail recipes. Bottoms up!
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Infuse Spirits At Home With Japanese Green Tea

If you like infusing cheap booze for making flavored spirits and you drink hard alcohol Fun! Infused booze at home requires minimal simple tools and tea bags. Your green tea-infused spirits can be used in classic drink recipes. Do you want to check out the mysterious collaboration with Japanese green tea and spirits?
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“Kanpai!” Toast with Matcha Green Beer On March 17th!

My favorite "Green Beer" on March 17th is not only a glass of Guinness but also "Green beer"! No food coloring is required, safe, healthy, and tasty! It's a very simple, easy recipe. In my post, I will also tell you how to dissolve Matcha powder easily without a special whisk 'Chasen'.
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How To Clean Japanese Wooden Sake Ware

When picking up the traditional cool wooden sake set such as the Masu cup, a carafe, and cute little "Ochoko" cups, that you bought, you may get a little worried about how to use & clean them. This post tells you the important steps for using, cleaning, and storing.
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The Masu Sake Cup; The Unique Japanese Sake Serving Style, How To Enjoy It?

The masu sake cup is a square (made of wood or plastics) box used as a sake drinking culture. Even it is already unique to drink Japanese sake out of it, but also there are unique serving ways and drinking rituals. Yes, sounds like the Japanese, right? This guide tells you what's exactly the masu cup and how to drink Sake from it.
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What Your Japan Trip Would Be Like When You Use My Experience Of The Local Yakitori Izakaya In Nagoya

Do you want to use my experience of Japanese local small Yakitori Izakaya for your future travel to Japan? The nicest thing to go to the local small Izakaya is "social distance" is very close. It is really fun to make friends with great food and drinks. I like local small izakayas and today want to share my experience at the local yakitori izakaya in Nagoya, 2020. Read this and get some hints about Japanese Izakaya.
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5 Things You Want To Know About Japanese Sour Cocktail

A Lemon Sour is one of the most common Japanese alcoholic drinks, but do you know what it is? The cocktail called "Sour" is much different you think IN JAPAN. Japanese sour is a very popular drink in Japanese drinking culture that you can't miss. It's very easy to make at home even you don't have to visit Japan. Especially to use a distilled sprite, it is lower calories and sugar compared with beer, also to make "Japanese sour", you can take Vitamin C too. In this site, I will tell you 5 things you want to know about "Japanese Sour".
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All about “Izakaya” in Japan [Vol.1]; The Basic Type Of Izakayas And Little Trivia

Going to Japan? love drinking? Izakayas are one of the unordinary experiences during your Japan trip. There are many types and concepts of Izakayas, you must know them to get more of your self-attention for the unique experience. Read this and get information for Kanpai beer in Japan!
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