Many outings in Japan, whether for work or play, wouldn't be complete without a drink. This includes alcohol in restaurants that offer both tabehoudai (all you can eat) and nomihoudai (all you can drink) as well as alcohol at izakayas, a type of bar with decent booze and food to go with it. If you visit Japan, you can visit izakaya, tachinomi (small standing bars), shot bars, pubs, kyabakura (a type of host or hostess club), and dining bars, among other types of bars. After work, it's common to see businesspeople going out for drinks with coworkers, partying into the wee hours, and then making a quick trip home before returning the next day. From hot sake to Okinawan rice wine to plain beer, here.
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