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Published on 01.27.2017
Nomihodai is a word that you should probably learn the first in Japan as this all-you-can-drink practice is an integral part of contemporary culture in which locals go to izakaya (Japanese pubs) regularly to socialize. Inspired by “Viking” buffet concept, this drinking culture came to Japan in 1950s.
Nomihodai is indeed the holy grail of boozing under budget. Under nomihodai offer you can drink as much as you can for a fixed price and period of time. Though you may fear health hazards because of consumption of different types of alcoholic drinks, it is generally safe. Besides, this offer is good not just for cheapskates, but also the avid drunkards with reasonable budget.
The all-you-can-drink offer will certainly instill in you some cherish-able memories with colleagues and friends. After all, just like Charles Bukowski famously quoted “drinking is an emotional thing. It joggles you out of the standardism of everyday life, out of everything being the same. It yanks you out of your body and your mind and throws you against the wall. I have the feeling that drinking is a form of suicide where you're allowed to return to life and begin all over the next day. It's like killing yourself, and then you're reborn. I guess I've lived about ten or fifteen thousand lives now.”
Getting drunk and nonsensical on 'All you can drink' in Tokyo for super cheapsies! Welcome to the toilet!