And it’s not in a good way.
By Kelsey Lark 2 min read
Hop on board Japan’s microbrew train with this guide to some of the country’s best beers and where to find them.
Whether you love drinking with colleagues or hate it, it’s a necessary part of life in Japan. Here are some tips to get you through your first — or next — work party.
To experience the pleasure, you must also brave the pain of Japan’s complex culinary underworld.
Bowls of Japan’s famous noodle-based soup don’t always have to be served scalding hot. There are several chilled variations that can be enjoyed in the notoriously hot Japanese summer months.
Tap into a new drinking experience with a few of the best spots in the city for craft beer.
Whether you drink it hot, cold, bagged, powdered, loose leaf, in jeans or in a kimono — green tea is inextricably linked with Japanese culture. From “matcha” to “houjicha,” here’s our guide to enjoying the many different styles.
An introductory guide to Japan’s national tipple.
The joy of everyday discoveries and bonding with locals over food, glorious food.
Whether you’re planning an international Fourth of July hoedown or a new ALTs meat-and-greet, these five businesses are here to make sure your barbecue is prime grade.
It’s beaten, sweetened and eaten all across the country in infinite varieties and on all occasions. Here’s a quick primer and a short warning on this ever-present treat.