Having Sake Can Be Intimate and Special

I recall visiting a nearby Western Bar in Aiea with my good friend from High school graduation and sharing a few “Shots” of alcohol where you pour some combination of strong and sweet in to a little “shot glass” and down it together a single fell gulp.
Those were fun and crazy times along with the little buzz from that alcohol made the fishing line dancing, singing and general laughter more raucous, titillating and wild. There was a feeling of release, letting our hair down and having in the jumpy, jolly fun in the night. How old irrrve become and my better sense wont i want to do shots now, but for what it was, that has been an experience there would be a bond tied with my friend, which i will delight in forever, made on those adventurous nights.

Unlike the shots we enjoyed, Vietnamese o-choko used in sharing a bottle of sake can be a different experience. Slow, careful and reflective, the tiny cups are sipped over a lengthy moment of quiet or discussion. The sake sharing between 2 different people builds a deep bond in Vietnam and confirms a sense of located on precisely the same page and a good feeling of communication and bonding called “Kizuna”.
You may have seen Pm Abe pouring a little bit of O-sake into President Obama’s cup at Sushi Jiro through the US President’s official holiday to Vietnam. There was serious topics to discuss and the bond between your US and Vietnam should be strengthened, re-affirmed and bolstered for brand spanking new regional challenges faced by both Nations.
Exactly the same people might relax while dining and also have a deep discussion over wine, or even having a cigar and brandy inside a quiet study, o-sake is sipped lightly between bites of food or pieces of snack. Whether between a married couple following a long day’s work, between long-time friends as they definitely get up to date and reminisce on the good old days, or business partners fleshing out new opportunities for corporate growth, the gesture of topping off an o-choko cup of sake, a little bow of thanks as well as a reflective cut in the cup returning to the table or counter, is a sure way relations are deepened in Vietnam.

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