Drinking is a LARGE part of Japanese social life😎🍾🍾🍾And the Japanese take their cocktails just as seriously as their food👌🏼
Feel like a Japanese-inspired cocktail? Which one do you fancy?😌
. 🍸Lemon Sour
— is one of the most common Japanese alcoholic drinks🙂 It’s made with shochu, soda water, and the juice of a freshly squeezed lemon🍋
. 🍸Cassis Orange/ Cassis Grape
— cocktails that don’t really taste alcoholic😂Orange/ grapefruit juice + crème de cassis👌🏼
. 🍸Umeshu Tonic
— is a popular cocktail made with umeshu (“plum wine”) mixed with tonic water🌛
. 🍸Umetini (Umeshu & Gin)
— a cocktail that’s made with seven parts umeshu to three parts gin😏⚡️
. 🍸Ginza Spritz
— yuzu-infused sake🍊 is mixed with Tanqueray Gin, muddled lemon🍋 and shiso🍃, with a spritz of ramunade served over ice in a double old fashion!
. 🍸Sake Champagne Mojito
— muddled mint leaves, stevia and lime juice together, with sake and champagne, of course🍾 . 🍸Matcha Highball
— the mix of whisky, lemon juice🍋, honey syrup🍯 and matcha🍵with the club soda✌🏼
. 🍸Tangerine Ginger Sake Sangria
— fresh ginger, crisp tangerine and offering a refreshing minty finish, it’s everything a mixed drink should be!🌿
. 🍸Asahi Red Eye
— is a beer cocktail featuring beer🍺, tomato juice🍅 and fresh lemon juice🍋
— a portmanteau of “sake” and “martini”😄 the saketini is an ingenious cocktail!
. 🍸Shochu Melon Citrus Cocktail
— shochu with melon liqueur🍈 and a squeeze of lemon juice🍋
. 🍸Lime Chu-Hai
— is essentially the Japanese version of a vodka, lime and soda😉
. 🍸Tokyo Slipper
— a mix of Midori, Yuzu-infused sake and pineapple juice, shaken and strained over yuzu sorbet😋
I woke up to this… I woke up to this… FLAWLESS.
A very needed breakfast in bed (well technically at the foot of my bed) after a night of CRAY amounts of whisky at the New York Bar (the bar where “Lost in Translation” was filmed!)
@Sliceofpai and I shared this spread consisting of Japanese small dishes, fresh fruit, waffles, and Suntory’s green tea called Iyemon Tokucha. The green tea is made using tea leaves from Kyoto that have been carefully selected by a “chasho” aka a master tea blender. It has a sweet fragrant aroma with just the right of bitterness. An essential after a night out in Japan. #suntorytime
Tofuya-Ukai Saginuma 🤗🙂 It's an excellent restaurant in kawasaki as it's great reviews on the internet💪
The atmosphere at Tofuya-Ukai Saginuma can take you to the old Edo, by it's organized recipes in dishes and the perfect taste👍✌ The restaurant prepare a unique dishes from the Japanese cuisine
Because of the high-quality soybeans with spring water. As it surrounding by a beautiful garden tgat make you feel so relax😇💆 Tofu is very popular there but it's the main course there. So, it's consider the best dishes which served there especially in the winter. It also served in summer and it also friendly with vegetarian people There are more than 8 courses of tofu, and that make you so happy beside seasonal seafood and fresh vegetables😍👌 Tofuya-Ukai Saginuma restaurant has a unique style in its design, that make the variety of Tofu dishes so pright👌✌ Address:1-18-4 Saginuma, Miyamae, Kawasaki 216-0004 Kanagawa Prefecture
Hours: 11 am- 7pm, closed on Sundays. The restaurant used to work to shifts in dinnerand lunch.
Tofuya-Ukai Saginuma has menu course with average cost 4000💴:7000💴. How to access theTofuya-Ukai Saginuma restaurant?
It's so easy: 3-minute walk from Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line Saginuma Station, or by car by National Route 246.
Push. The word has gotten a bad rap lately as it’s often associated with “the hustle” and over-working.
But I don’t believe pushing is always a bad thing.
When you limit yourself simply for the sake of not “pushing”, you limit your capacity to grow and expand into your full potential.
“Pushing” can actually be the impetus of transformation. Think of a new life cracking out of its egg or cocoon for the first time ... 🐥🐛🐍
The life force that pushes a bud into a blossom ... 🌸🌱
The force that moves earth and water to form mountains and valleys ... 🌋🌊
The folk who fight for indigenous rights and conservation are often in a state of “pushing” against the status quo. 🤜🏼✨🤛🏼
I don’t agree with pushing that compromises your health or values for the sake of an outcome .. but you can’t be afraid of discomfort to create change and the vision you desire.
Pushing is a form of expressing your life force into this world and can be a sacred act. The best things in life often require a sustained “push”.
Don’t give up because it feels hard. Align your vision with your soul and push with all your heart ... you’ll make this world a better place in doing so ☺️🙏🏼💓
I tried boba drink and Harajuku crepe for the first time today😋
I encountered a creepo in the streets today and he followed me around for a while...😨 I know there are worse cases but this really put me off... Also I cut me hair woo
2 DAYS TILL LAUNCH | BTW, soaking in an onsen bathhouse — a hot-spring spa — is a big wellness ritual in Tokyo, and you don’t even have to trek outside the city to find one. Stay tuned for our city guide. There's more to see. #BTW#BTWTokyo (Photo by @peterhershey; illustration by @keegansanford)