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U.S. diners discover Japanese shochu

U.S. diners discover Japanese shochu

Taking a cue from Japanese businessmen and tourists, a growing number of Americans are sipping shochu with simple meals of grilled meats and fish, tempura, sashimi and noodles, in izakayas, or informal, pub-like Japanese eateries found in some major U.S. cities.

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