29 Amazing Food And Drinks You Need To Try In Japan

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Another alcoholic drink in Japan, originally for the lower classes, but sales have increased recently that it has threatened the sake and whisky businesses. It is a clear distilled spirit (sake is fermented) usually made from rice, but at times from wheat, sweet potatoes, barley, or sugar cane. It is relatively stronger than sake, with about 25-30% alcohol. Also not to be drank rapidly. It is often combined with soda water in a drink called chuhai. Particularly popular among the ladies just like a cocktail. It can come in many flavors, including plum, chestnut, strawberry, peach, just like most vodka brands.