Sake: What’s next for Japan’s oldest, most-loved, most-under-threat drink?
It’s your first time in Japan, and you’ve just sat down for a meal with some new Japanese friends. You’ve done your reading about local customs, so you know exactly how all this works. First will be the appetizers, a gorgeous array of colors on tiny dishes, including the ever-present sashimi (raw fish). As you … Continue reading Sake: What’s next for Japan’s oldest, most-loved, most-under-threat drink?
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