posted on February 1, 2016
They call it uisuki, and in Tokyo's bars what they do to Scotland's national drink is, to the foreign eye, an abomination. The tipple of choice of the Japanese salaryman is mizuwari (literally "cut with water") and consists of a finger or two of Suntory or Nikka whisky - good, bad or indifferent, it hardly matters - drowned in five times the quantity of ice and water, and accompanied by a saccharine smile.
You can enjoy the flower in the middle of the business hub of Tokyo.
Experience Japanese tea ceremony.
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