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There is no doubt that the nightlife in Japan is one of the elements that keeps attracting tourists in Japan. While people in some countries like Europe and the United States, generally drink alcoholic beverages at the bar after dinner. Japanese people basically drink alcohol with dinner at a Japanese style pub, Izakaya. The selection of Japanese drinks such as Sake and Shochu in Izakaya goes very well with Japanese food. If you are a heavy drinker, there is also bar hopping tours so why do not you join them with the local people? Please read our articles and find out your best Izakaya that serves you both Sake and food.