Ohana

Ohana

posted on 16 Feb 2007 in Signs

You got me at nectar…

 

Photo courtesy of Mark Schreiber.

Bar sign found in Tokyo. 

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HeyThereItsEric
HeyThereItsEric
12 years ago

Reason 5: Because counting hurts sober.

nick
nick
12 years ago

Or…who needs an excuse to get blind

steve
steve
12 years ago

Hey ! Thats only four reasons!

Angelbaby
Angelbaby
12 years ago

Wow! My place is really dry, maybe I need a drink.

Emery Ward
Emery Ward
11 years ago

Now with bonus bottle of KY, in case the Sake didn’t work.

Soundphreek
Soundphreek
11 years ago

Thus proving Sake IS in fact, a future substitute!

michael
michael
11 years ago

……”To refuse the future”???

That saki must kill you?

P.K.
11 years ago

At least the national holiday comes first for Ohana… everyone loves a patriotic chick; even if she starts healing dryness and refusing the future.

Tim
Tim
11 years ago

Finally, for reasons… haha

Yogesh Damle
Yogesh Damle
11 years ago

For heavens’ ‘sake’!

monkeyba1971
monkeyba1971
11 years ago

And you thought “Finally,..” meant we were finished HA–Apparently “next” and “after that” were added later.

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

O-hana is the place to beee…..

igiboydeguzman
igiboydeguzman
11 years ago

I always thought ohana meant family.

garudamon11
garudamon11
11 years ago

i didnt know sake is so tasty

Nekothia
Nekothia
9 years ago

i love how one of them just says “for reasons”….

Joe
Joe
8 years ago

I’m using “for reasons” as my excuse to drink from now on.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

One of the reasons is four reasons

Myself
4 years ago

Originally, there were only four reasons: for the national holiday, because it fills with the nectar, to heal the dryness of the place, and to refuse the future. Anyone found drinking sake for other reasons was sentenced to death. The sake sellers of Japan unionized right around the national holiday, when everybody wanted sake, and so they convinced the government to add a fifth reason to the Bill of Sake Rights: “for reasons”. That way, people could drink sake for whatever reason they wanted, because everything that wasn’t encompassed in the original four reasons fell under the umbrella of “for… Read more »

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

Foul reasons.

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