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No hangovers!

A known fact to people who live in Japan: a night of drinking sake will not leave you hungover. You'll no doubt be tired the next morning as you probably would only have gotten about 2 hours of sleep before needing to wake up and go to work, but no headache and no stomachache!

Enjoy!

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