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Japan is the home to some of the most delightful and taste provoking liquors in the world, from the iconic sake to the increasingly popular shoshu to some of the best whiskies distilled. In Drinking Japan, author Chris Bunting gives a brief history of the most popular liquors of Japan, how they are made and which brands to imbibe and which to avoid. Also included are the locations of Japan's best bars and what they have to offer in the way of liquor, food and ambiance.
Chris Bunting is a Tokyo-based journalist who has written for a variety of publications, including the London Times and the Independent. He currently works for a leading Japanese daily newspaper.