12 Things Not to Do in Japan.
On the last trip, I went to several 100 Yen shops and purchase whole bunch of many things.
Other time I went to many convenience stores and bought about 70 Omusubi and brought them back to the US.
Those are my best choices for the fights from Japan.
You can drink it hot, warm, cold or room temperature.
It goes well with many Japanese dishes.
For while, people did not drink Sake. Instead they drank more beer and distilled drinks like 焼酎 Shochu and ウイスキー Wisky. But lately more people are drinking Sake due to the introduction and promotion of brands like 獺祭 Dassai and 十四代 Jyuyondai, high end sake.
My friend also run MISS SAKE contest in Japan.
Do you like Sake?
How do you drink it?
I don't remember ever seeing Mediterranean place in Japan ... I am sure there is but there i snot so many.
One good thing is that Japan is getting ready for 2020 Olympics. So many of restaurants are staring to get ready for more international tourists. That includes more HALAL and KOSHER meals.
Salad is something you start your meal with. Not a meal by itself.
His access to a lawyer is strictly limited to short daily meetings, and his lawyers are forbidden to attend interrogation sessions. Visits by family members are not permitted. He will not be given bail unless he admits his guilt, and he may be detained for as long as 22 days without being charged with any crime. At the end of this initial period, he may be arrested again on suspicion of another uncharged crime and held for an additional 22 days. This process may be repeated, and he detained for months with no formal charges or more information on the accusations.
Human rights groups such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have criticized the length of permissible detention in this country, and the prohibition against lawyers being allowed to attend interrogation sessions, as being too conducive to extracting confessions by abusive tactics. These tactics have contributed to what the Economist has described as rising “false convictions” that have been brought to light in recent years. These police and prosecutorial tactics are all too typical of authoritarian regimes such as Iran, Cuba, China, Russia and Turkey.
But the arrest and detention above is taking place in a democratic ally of the United States. This country is Japan.
Read on ...
I do not like Japanese system.
How about steaks in Japan?
I am not talking about Wagyu or Kobe Beef Steak.
I am talking about an Angus Beef Steak.
Japanese Ikinari Steak has a good Angus Beef Steak for very reasonable price.