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Posts Tagged 'Japanese Sake'

Kawagoe

Slip back in time in “Little Edo” Kawagoe! A day trip to explore some lesser-known spots

During the Edo Period (1603-1867), Kawagoe City in Saitama Prefecture was a castle town of the Kawagoe Domain. Once a thriving merchant town, the area…

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Kami-Suwa Onsen: A lakeside onsen town for the sophisticated traveler

Located in the central part of Nagano Prefecture, Kami-Suwa Onsen town spreads out along the eastern side of Lake Suwa, the prefecture’s largest lake …

att.JAPAN’s selection of 5 recommended Japanese alcoholic beverages. Check them out before hanami season!

Written by Ayumi The representative feature of spring in Japan is hanami (cherry blossoms viewing). It is forecasted that the blooming will occur earl…

Artisans Supporting Japan’s Traditions Nara Prefecture (Gose and Gojo)

Gose and Gojo are areas famous for their still remaining old-style streetscapes and old roads. In these tranquil towns with abundant nature, artisans …

Everything is close North Kansai, Home to Delicious Sake

Surrounded by nature, North Kansai is full of sake-producing spots. Tours of breweries, sweets containing the liquor, and festivals. There are plenty …

Drinking in Japan SAKE

Sake is a creation of nature and climate in Japan. Sake attracts many people because it has an abundant variety of tastes and can be enjoyed in variou…