From fresh sushi served in a traditional Japanese setting to contemporary French fusion cuisine, we take a look at some of Japan’s most acclaimed restaurants.
A major new trade agreement between Australia and Japan could help open up a new avenue in Asia for Australian wine.
Suntory has claimed to “challenge the status quo” of Japanese whisky with two new no-age-statement whiskies from its Yamazaki and Hakushu distilleries.
Hop leaves discarded during the beer brewing process could help fight dental diseases, a scientific report has claimed.
Scottish craft brewery BrewDog is opening its first bar in Asia in a move described as a “ninja attack” on the Tokyo bar scene.
Tokyo boasts a buzzing nightlife and a wealth of wine bars offering a haven for any city-going wine lover.
Bibendum is to launch a range of premium sakes aimed at the on-trade and independent merchants to satisfy “increasing demand”.
Marks & Spencer is to become Europe’s first supermarket to list a Japanese wine made from the country’s native Koshu grape.
Vinexpo Asia-Pacific is to host an event in Hong Kong to increase networking opportunities for exhibitors.
Jacob’s Creek is expanding its range of wines specifically designed to match Japanese cuisine with the launch of WAH Red.
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