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JAPAN-YASUKUNI/SUGA
RTS566C
October 19, 2015
A group of lawmakers including Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker Hidehisa Otsuji...
Tokyo, Japan
A group of lawmakers including Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party lawmaker Otsuji drink sacred sake...
A group of lawmakers including Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker Hidehisa Otsuji (3rd L) drink sacred sake after they pay their respects to the war dead at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan, October 20, 2015. Japan said on Monday that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was acting in a private capacity when he sent a ritual offering to a shrine for war dead, seen as a symbol of Japan's past militarism by many in Asia, but China said he was wrong to do so. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
WW2-ANNIVERSARY/JAPAN-HIROSHIMA
RTX1N7YL
August 05, 2015
A Shinto priest pours sake into the Motoyasu River during prayers opposite the Atomic Bomb Dome at sunrise...
Hiroshima, Japan
Shinto priest pours sake into Motoyasu River during prayers opposite Atomic Bomb Dome at sunrise in Hiroshima...
A Shinto priest pours sake into the Motoyasu River during prayers opposite the Atomic Bomb Dome at sunrise in Hiroshima, western Japan, August 6, 2015. Japan on Thursday marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Hiroshima, where the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on August 6, 1945, killing about 140,000 by the end of the year in a city of 350,000 residents. It was the world's first nuclear attack. The Atomic Bomb Dome, or Genbaku Dome, was the only structure left standing in this district of the city and has been preserved as a peace memorial. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-YASUKUNI/
RTX19Q58
April 21, 2015
A group of lawmakers including Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker Hidehisa Otsuji...
Tokyo, Japan
A group of lawmakers including Japan's LDP lawmaker Otsuji drink sacred sake after paying their respects...
A group of lawmakers including Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lawmaker Hidehisa Otsuji (C) drink sacred sake after paying their respects to the war dead at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo April 22, 2015. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a ritual offering on Tuesday to a Tokyo shrine for war dead, irking Asian neighbors just before he hopes to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of a leaders' summit in Jakarta. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJL
April 21, 2015
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate...
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at the kitchen of Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino?
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJF
April 21, 2015
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish for an...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish for an...
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish for an early spring menu which includes charcoal grilled fugu, or tiger pufferfish, from Hagi, a city in western Japan, accompanied with grilled pufferfish testes, at the kitchen of Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJD
April 21, 2015
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called...
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at the kitchen of Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino?
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJC
April 21, 2015
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa pours a junmai daiginjo sake into a Japanese traditional...
Tokyo, Japan
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa pours a junmai daiginjo sake into a Japanese traditional...
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa pours a junmai daiginjo sake into a Japanese traditional Edo Kiriko glass, a faceted glass from the Edo period, to pair with a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino?
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJB
April 21, 2015
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, pours transparent tomato essence made from juice from...
Tokyo, Japan
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, pours transparent tomato essence made from juice from...
A staff of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, pours transparent tomato essence made from juice from pureed tomato from a flask to a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJ9
April 21, 2015
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called...
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, prepares a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at the kitchen of Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino?
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJ8
April 21, 2015
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, speaks during an interview with Reuters at Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJ6
April 21, 2015
A grilled pufferfish testicle, cooked by Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant...
Tokyo, Japan
A grilled pufferfish testicle, cooked by Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant...
A grilled pufferfish testicle, cooked by Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, is seen on a plate at Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino
RUSSIA/
RTX10540
May 29, 2013
Olympic fencing silver medalist Yuki Ota (L) watches as Tokyo governor Inose Naoki drinks sake during...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Yuki Ota watches Tokyo governor Inose Naoki drinks sake at the SportAccord Convention in St. Petersburg...
Olympic fencing silver medalist Yuki Ota (L) watches as Tokyo governor Inose Naoki drinks sake during a visit to the Tokyo 2012 Summer Olympic bid stand at the SportAccord Convention in St. Petersburg May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
RUSSIA/
RTX1053Y
May 29, 2013
Olympic fencing silver medalist Yuki Ota (L), Tokyo governor Inose Naoki (C), and Masato Mizuno, CEO...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Yuki Ota, Tokyo governor Inose Naoki, and Masato Mizuno drink sake at the SportAccord Convention in St....
Olympic fencing silver medalist Yuki Ota (L), Tokyo governor Inose Naoki (C), and Masato Mizuno, CEO of the Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee, drink sake during a visit to the Tokyo 2012 Summer Olympic bid stand at the SportAccord Convention in St. Petersburg May 29, 2013. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3B213
November 30, 2012
M23 rebel fighters sit on a truck as they withdraw from the town of Sake, some 27 km (17 miles) west...
Sake, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
M23 rebel fighters sit on a truck as they withdraw from the town of Sake
M23 rebel fighters sit on a truck as they withdraw from the town of Sake, some 27 km (17 miles) west of Goma November 30, 2012. A rebel pullback from Goma, seized by M23 from fleeing United Nations-backed government forces on November 20, would signal some progress in international efforts to halt the eight-month-old insurgency in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT POLITICS)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTR34IVU
July 03, 2012
Antony Moss, a judge from Britain, smells a glass of sake as he fills out a form to grade it at an international...
Tokyo, Japan
Antony Moss, a judge from Britain, smells a glass of sake as he fills out a form to grade it at an international...
Antony Moss, a judge from Britain, smells a glass of sake as he fills out a form to grade it at an international sake competition in Tokyo May 30, 2012. Japan, long renowned for its innovative autos and gadgets, now hopes to turn sake and other local spirits into export hits as well. Tokyo looks to make its traditional rice wine part of national growth strategy, aiming at an overseas marketing push to help bring tourism and investment to struggling rural areas. Picture taken May 30, 2012. To match story JAPAN-SAKE/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTR34IVF
July 03, 2012
Judges drink glasses of sakes to select winners at an international sake competition in Tokyo May 30,...
Tokyo, Japan
Judges drink glasses of sakes to select winners at an international sake competition in Tokyo
Judges drink glasses of sakes to select winners at an international sake competition in Tokyo May 30, 2012. Japan, long renowned for its innovative autos and gadgets, now hopes to turn sake and other local spirits into export hits as well. Tokyo looks to make its traditional rice wine part of national growth strategy, aiming at an overseas marketing push to help bring tourism and investment to struggling rural areas. Picture taken May 30, 2012. To match story JAPAN-SAKE/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2Y727
February 21, 2012
Koshi Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new...
KESENNUMA, Japan
Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing...
Koshi Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma, which was affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyagi prefecture February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR2Y726
February 21, 2012
Drops of new sake are seen during a filtering process of sake-brewing in Kesennuma, which was affected...
KESENNUMA, Japan
Drops of new sake are seen during a filtering process of sake-brewing in Kesennuma
Drops of new sake are seen during a filtering process of sake-brewing in Kesennuma, which was affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyagi prefecture February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR2Y71W
February 21, 2012
Koshi Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new...
KESENNUMA, Japan
Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma...
Koshi Kikuta, a sake-brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma, which was affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyagi prefecture February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR2Y71O
February 21, 2012
New sake is poured into a bottle during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma, which was affected by...
KESENNUMA, Japan
New sake is poured into a bottle during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma
New sake is poured into a bottle during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma, which was affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyagi prefecture February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER FOOD SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR2Y713
February 21, 2012
Koshi Kikuta, a sake brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new...
KESENNUMA, Japan
Kikuta, a sake brewer of Kakuboshi Co, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma...
Koshi Kikuta, a sake brewer of Kakuboshi Co, a sake-maker since 1902, mixes malted rice during a new sake-brewing process in Kesennuma, which was affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyagi prefecture February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER FOOD SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTXTI5P
October 16, 2010
Actor Robert De Niro (R) and Russian businessman Emin Agalarov drink sake at a shopping mall before the...
Moscow, Russia
Actor De Niro and Russian businessman Agalarov drink sake at a shopping mall before the film premiere...
Actor Robert De Niro (R) and Russian businessman Emin Agalarov drink sake at a shopping mall before the film premiere of "Stone" in Moscow October 16, 2010. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
JAPAN
RTR28ULU
January 14, 2010
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle's partner Michael Mronz drinks sacred sake offered by a Shinto...
Tokyo, Japan
German Foreign Minister Westerwelle's partner Mronz drinks sacred sake offered by a Shinto priest during...
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle's partner Michael Mronz drinks sacred sake offered by a Shinto priest during his visit to the Meiji shrine in Tokyo January 14, 2010. Westerwelle arrived in Tokyo on Thursday for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
JAPAN/
RTR28UKY
January 14, 2010
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in...
Tokyo, Japan
German Foreign Minister Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in Tokyo
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in Tokyo January 14, 2010. Westerwelle arrived in Tokyo on Thursday for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
JAPAN/
RTR28UKX
January 14, 2010
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in...
Tokyo, Japan
German Foreign Minister Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in Tokyo
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle drinks sacred sake during his visit to the Meiji shrine in Tokyo January 14, 2010. Westerwelle arrived in Tokyo on Thursday for a two-day visit. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
DRCONGO/
RTR227O9
December 03, 2008
A soldier of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo carries cabbage on a road flooded by...
Sake, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A soldier of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo carries cabbage on a road flooded by...
A soldier of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo carries cabbage on a road flooded by rain near the town of Sake, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo December 3, 2008. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTX9QQA
October 20, 2008
Japanese sommelier Sayaka holds a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13,...
London, United Kingdom
Japanese sommelier Sayaka holds a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London
Japanese sommelier Sayaka holds a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTR21CFC
August 18, 2008
A man cleans rows of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Toby...
London, United Kingdom
A man cleans rows of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London
A man cleans rows of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTR21CF3
August 18, 2008
Japanese sommelier Sayaka views bottles of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13,...
London, United Kingdom
Japanese sommelier Sayaka views bottles of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London
Japanese sommelier Sayaka views bottles of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
JAPAN-SAKE/
RTR21CF0
August 18, 2008
Japanese sommelier Sayaka pours a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13,...
London, United Kingdom
Japanese sommelier Sayaka pours a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London
Japanese sommelier Sayaka pours a glass of sake wine at the Zuma restaurant in central London May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
JAPAN
RTR1Z5XB
April 06, 2008
Girls dressed as shrine maidens walk past sake barrels during the Kanamara Festival, a fertility ritual,...
Kawasaki, Japan
Girls dressed as shrine maidens walk past sake barrels during the Kanamara Festival in Japan
Girls dressed as shrine maidens walk past sake barrels during the Kanamara Festival, a fertility ritual, at Wakamiya Hachimangu Shrine in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo April 6, 2008. The festival, which is held annually on the first Sunday of April, is believed to bring good luck and fertility blessings. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
QUAKE-JAPAN/
RTR1RYUM
July 18, 2007
An employee tries to remove bottles and crates of Japanese sake which are scattered by an earthquake...
Kashiwazaki, Japan
An employee tries to remove bottles and crates of Japanese sake which are scattered by an earthquake...
An employee tries to remove bottles and crates of Japanese sake which are scattered by an earthquake at a sake brewery in Kashiwazaki, northern Japan July 18, 2007. Officials at the world's biggest nuclear power plant said on Tuesday there had been more minor radiation leaks after an earthquake in Japan that killed nine people and forced thousands from their homes. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ETHANOL/
RTR1PKD9
May 11, 2007
The faces of people are reflected on a hybrid vehicle that runs on petrol mixed with ethanol made from...
SHINANOMACHI, Japan
The faces of people are reflected on a hybrid vehicle that runs on petrol mixed with ethanol near a small...
The faces of people are reflected on a hybrid vehicle that runs on petrol mixed with ethanol made from rice as the vehicle is refuelled with ethanol near a small test plant in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists may one day pump their cars full of sake, the fermented rice wine that is Japan's national drink, under a government-funded project unveiled in a snow-capped mountain resort on Friday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ETHANOL/
RTR1PKD8
May 11, 2007
A machine produces ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists...
SHINANOMACHI, Japan
A machine produces ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi
A machine produces ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists may one day pump their cars full of sake, the fermented rice wine that is Japan's national drink, under a government-funded project unveiled in a snow-capped mountain resort on Friday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ETHANOL/
RTR1PKD5
May 11, 2007
An inspector looks at a plant that brews ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11,...
SHINANOMACHI, Japan
An inspector looks at a plant that brews ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi
An inspector looks at a plant that brews ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists may one day pump their cars full of sake, the fermented rice wine that is Japan's national drink, under a government-funded project unveiled in a snow-capped mountain resort on Friday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ETHANOL/
RTR1PKD4
May 11, 2007
An inspector looks at a plant that brews an ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May...
SHINANOMACHI, Japan
An inspector looks at a plant that brews an ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi
An inspector looks at a plant that brews an ethanol made from rice in Shinanomachi, central Japan May 11, 2007. Japanese motorists may one day pump their cars full of sake, the fermented rice wine that is Japan's national drink, under a government-funded project unveiled in a snow-capped mountain resort on Friday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-CHINA/
RTR1OISP
April 11, 2007
Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) drinks a toast of sake with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe...
Tokyo, Japan
Visiting Chinese Premier Wen drinks a toast of sake with Japanese PM Abe during the banquet at Abe's...
Visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) drinks a toast of sake with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during the banquet at Abe's official residence in Tokyo, April 11, 2007. Wen arrived in Japan on Wednesday for a summit with Abe aimed at setting aside rancour over the past and focusing on ways to tame rivalry over energy and influence. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool (JAPAN)
JAPAN ROYAL REACTION
RTR1H0XP
September 06, 2006
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Tokyo, Japan
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko in Tokyo September 6, 2006. Japanese people expressed relief on Wednesday that the birth of a royal baby boy to Princess Kiko had gone well. The birth of the first male heir to be born into the imperial family in more than four decades takes pressure off the Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako to deliver a male heir. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN ROYAL REACTION
RTR1H0XL
September 06, 2006
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Tokyo, Japan
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko in Tokyo September 6, 2006. Japanese people expressed relief on Wednesday that the birth of a royal baby boy to Princess Kiko had gone well. The birth of the first male heir to be born into the imperial family in more than four decades takes pressure off the Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako to deliver a male heir. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN ROYAL
RTR1H0WK
September 06, 2006
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Tokyo, Japan
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko...
Members of a Japanese dance troupe drink sake in celebration of the birth of a baby boy to Princess Kiko in Tokyo September 6, 2006. Kiko gave birth on Wednesday to a baby boy -- the first male heir to be born into the ancient imperial family in more than four decades, the Imperial Household Agency said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
RALLY
RTXNTM8
October 02, 2005
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb (L) and co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco drink sake or rice wine to celebrate...
Obihiro, Japan
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb (L) and co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco drink sake or rice wine to ce.....
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb (L) and co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco drink sake or rice wine to celebrate winning the 2005 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) title at the Rally of Japan in Obihiro, northern Japan, October 2 2005. Loeb retained his world rally championship title by taking second place in the Rally of Japan.
SPORT RALLYING JAPAN
RTR181L0
October 02, 2005
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb (L) and co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco drink sake or rice wine to celebrate...
Obihiro, Japan
Citroen driver Loeb and co-driver Elena drink sake in celebration at Rally of Japan in Obihiro
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb (L) and co-driver Daniel Elena of Monaco drink sake or rice wine to celebrate winning the 2005 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) title at the Rally of Japan in Obihiro, northern Japan, October 2 2005. Loeb retained his world rally championship title by taking second place in the Rally of Japan. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
RTR12CYN
February 28, 2005
Japanese executives involved in the construction of Fuji Speedway drink sacred sake rice wine in Oyamacho,...
Oyamacho, Japan
Japanese executives involved in the construction of Fuji Speedway drink sacred sake rice wine in ...
Japanese executives involved in the construction of Fuji Speedway drink sacred sake rice wine in Oyamacho, southwest of Tokyo. Japanese executives from Fuji International Speedway Co., Toyota Motor Corp., and other organisations involved in the construction of Japan's newest motor sports circuit Fuji Speedway, drink sacred sake rice wine in a Shinto ritual in Oyamacho, southwest of Tokyo February 28, 2005. Toyota, which owns 93 percent of the renovated 4.6-kilometre (2.9 mile) circuit, hopes to host a Formula One race. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
SPORT JAPAN SUMO
RTR11PRO
January 26, 2003
Mongolian sumo wrestler Asashoryu (L) drinks sake offered by his
stablemaster Takasago in Tokyo January...
Tokyo, Japan
MONGOLIAN SUMO WRESTLER ASASHORYU DRINKS SAKE OFFERED BY HIS
STABLEMASTER IN TOKYO.
Mongolian sumo wrestler Asashoryu (L) drinks sake offered by his
stablemaster Takasago in Tokyo January 26, 2003, after a victory
parade. Popular sumo star Asashoryu on Sunday officially won his second
straight sumo tournament, virtually assuring he would become the first
Mongolian to be promoted to the highest rank in Japan's ancient sport.
REUTERS/Issei Kato

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January 26, 2003
Mongolian sumo wrestler Asashoryu reacts after drinking sake from a
giant traditional Japanese cup during...
Tokyo, Japan
MONGOLIAN SUMO WRESTLER ASASHORYU SMILES AFTER DRINKING SAKE FROM A
GIANT TRADITIONAL CUP IN TOKYO.
Mongolian sumo wrestler Asashoryu reacts after drinking sake from a
giant traditional Japanese cup during a victory celebration in Tokyo
January 26, 2003. Popular sumo star Asashoryu on Sunday officially won
his second straight sumo tournament, virtually assuring he would become
the first Mongolian to be promoted to the highest rank in Japan's
ancient sport. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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January 03, 2003
Kimono-clad women drink Japanese rice wine, or sake, as they celebrate
the New Year during a snowfall...
Tokyo, Japan
KIMONO-CLAD WOMEN DRINK SAKE AS THEY CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR IN TOKYO.
Kimono-clad women drink Japanese rice wine, or sake, as they celebrate
the New Year during a snowfall at Hama-rikyu Garden in Tokyo January 3,
2003. Japanese continue to ring in the new year with various
celebrations. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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July 20, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) drinks a cup of sake offered by Natsuko I ha (L), wearing a traditional...
Yomitan-Son, Japan
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) drinks a cup of sake offered by Natsuko I ha (L), wearing a .....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) drinks a cup of sake offered by Natsuko I ha (L), wearing a traditional Japanese costume during a welcoming ceremony after his arrival at a hotel for the Group of Eight (G8) nations summit at the village of Yomitan-son in Okinawa July 20. The Group of Eight (G8) nations summit that will be held July 21-23 at the Japanese southern island of Okinawa.
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July 20, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) drinks a cup of sake offered by Natsuko I ha (L), wearing a traditional...
Yomitan-Son, Japan
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER DRINKS SAKE AT WELCOMING CEREMONY ON OKINAWA.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) drinks a cup of sake offered by Natsuko I ha (L), wearing a traditional Japanese costume during a welcoming ceremony after his arrival at a hotel for the Group of Eight (G8) nations summit at the village of Yomitan-son in Okinawa July 20. The Group of Eight (G8) nations summit that will be held July 21-23 at the Japanese southern island of Okinawa.

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January 01, 1998
A woman dressed up in traditional Japanese kimono sips sake rice wine after praying at the Naito Shrine...
Japan
KIMONO CLAD WOMAN DRINKS NEW YEAR SAKE IN TOKYO
A woman dressed up in traditional Japanese kimono sips sake rice wine after praying at the Naito Shrine in suburban Tokyo January 1. Many shrines serve Japanese sake to worshippers during their new year's visit to the shrines.

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