Happoshu (ç™ºæ³¡é…’ happÅshu lit. “bubbling spirits”), or low-malt beer, is a tax category of Japanese liquor that most often refers to a beer-like beverage with less than 67% malt content. [Kirin’s] Nodogoshi-nama uses soy protein [and is] classified as “Other miscellaneous (2)”, containing no malt.
Hanami (èŠ±è¦‹, lit. “flower viewing”) is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, flowers (“hana”) in this case almost always referring to those of the cherry (“sakura”) or, less frequently, plum (“ume”) trees.
Yakitori (ç„¼ãé³¥, ã‚„ãã¨ã‚Š, ãƒ¤ã‚ãƒˆãƒª), grilled chicken, is a Japanese type of skewered chicken.
A yatai (å±‹å°) is a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or other food. The name literally means “shop stand”.
Yoshino Kimura (æœ¨æ‘ ä½³ä¹ƒ Kimura Yoshino, born 10 April 1976) is an English-born Japanese actress and former idol singer.