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What are the most popular Japanese snacks and beer and are there certain kinds that appeal more to the older professionals as opposed to teenagers?


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2007-10-08 06:29:38
2007-10-08 06:29:38

Have a look at this guide. it should be able to answer any cultural questions you may have. Hello, I lived in Japan for a couple of years and drank A LOT of beer there. Here are my observations: Asahi Super Dry is the most popular beer for younger folks (20 to 30 years old, as 20 is the legal drinking age in Japan) Various happoshu "beer" is also popular with younger folks as it is not real beer but is pretty close so it costs less money. Kirin makes several brews. Kirin Classic is most popular with retired folks. Working guys will drink Kirin Ichiban or Kirin Lager. One of my favorite snacks to eat while drinking in Japan was dried squid. But yakitori is more substantial. Cheese rolled up in pot sticker wrappers and deep fried is really good to. Most places call it "chiizu karikari" There are so many Japanese snacks to eat with beer it is difficult to list them all. Dried fish, crackers, chocolate, cheese, etc., etc.


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