- Low Carb Diet
- Low Sodium Diet
- Gluten Free Diet
- Vegetarian Diet
- Kosher Diet
- Halal Diet
Thing get really complicated. Most meals (dining out) in Japan are very balanced but they do not make much changes. What I mean is that restaurants do not usually accept any dietary requests.
It is a brand of Japanese Sake.
It iOS one of the sake brands that is easier to find here in the US than in Japan.
If you have tried this sake before, you should really tray it.
It is easy to make once you have ingredients.
I have been there only once.
It does not feel like you are in Japan.
This is very often used by Japanese people when they meet for the first time.
What is this mean?
The easiest way to understand this phrase are
"Please take it easy on me."
"Please take care of me."
"Please be nice to me."
This is a good video.