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Kanpai!

Japan is a country of drinkers - and a few rituals should be considered before taking a tipple. Never pour a drink for yourself; your friend or host should do this for you and you in turn should keep your companions' glasses filled to the brim! A word you'll hear quite often is kanpai - "cheers" in Japanese.

Kanpai!

Japan is a country of drinkers - and a few rituals should be considered before taking a tipple. Never pour a drink for yourself; your friend or host should do this for you and you in turn should keep your companions' glasses filled to the brim! A word you'll hear quite often is kanpai - "cheers" in Japanese.

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Drinks  There are 31 products.

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  • NON - ALCOHOLIC

    There are so many non-alcoholic drinks in Japan that are tasty and fun to try out! One of them is ramune soda!

    Ramune is widely known for the distinctive design of its bottle. The bottles are sealed with a marble; held in place by the pressure of the carbonation in the drink. To open the bottle, a device to push the marble inward is provided. The marble is pushed inside the neck of the bottle where it rattles around while drinking. Therefore, the drinks are sometimes called "marble soda" outside Japan. 

  • Alcohol
    *In order to purchase alcohol products you must be over 18 years of age.
  • Tea

    Tea is the most commonly drunk beverage in Japan and an important part of Japanese food culture.Various types of tea are widely available and consumed at any point of the day.

    Green tea is the most common type of tea, and when someone mentions "tea" (お茶, ocha) without specifying the type, it is green tea to which is referred. Green tea is also the central element of the tea ceremony.

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