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My wife and I were in Tokyo on September 11, 2001, preparing to come home the next day. Needless to say, our return was delayed. During that extra time in Japan, so many locals expressed their sympathy and condolences to us for what had happened in the US.

在过去的一周里,日本的悲剧是可怕的,我发现它极度沮丧。但无论多么小,为他们做点什么会很好。给予慈善机构,如Red CrossUnicef那or没有边界的医生is a generous idea.

布莱克雷有另一个:在下周尝试缘故。据AnTwitter上的帐户,在三打酿酒商已经损坏or devastated by the recent disasters. And Japanese consumers may not be wanting to splurge on premium sake right now. So the theory is that having an artisanal sake here, could keep demand flowing for the traditional industry. Severalrestaurants in SFare donating parts of the proceeds from special events. If you’re looking to try one at home,这是一篇文章Blake wrote about daiginjo a few years ago or try to head to a specialty shop, such asSakayaon the East Village (some wine shops now have small, refrigerated sake sections). If you have other suggestions sake or how to help Japan, hit the comments.



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