What kind of alcohol did Japan have during the Edo Period?
The Edo Period of Japanese history refers to the era also known as the Tokugawa Shogunate. This era lasted from 1603 to 1867 until being replaced by the restoration of rule by the emperor in 1868.
Answer and Explanation:
The premier alcoholic beverage in Japan at this time was sake. Sake is a rice-based beverage, somewhat like wine. Its brewing/manufacture was an important industry in Japan during this era.
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