You walk towards a large brick building, the red brick looks baked hard into shape. You walk towards the wooden door and gently push it. Immediately to your left is a large brute of a man, he welcomes you into the Omotesando. You are now in an open area, at the rear is a bar and dancefloor off the main room. The air is heavy with the voices of the patrons. Along most of the walls of the mud building are booths wrapping wooden tables, while wooden tables line the middle of the room, you notice people are sitting at them in wooden chairs. A few tables are in the rear, leaving enough space open for a group of musicians playing Japanese Dancing music while an assortment of beautiful dancers entertain the crowd. A portion of the building to the far rear of the building has a long marble bartop about waist height, behind it, a jovial young man talks with his female co-worker, then turns to the customer in front of him. He serves him a drink in a goblet. He turns to you and smiles. You walk towards him noticing the fine polishing on the wood and marble beneath you. He welcomes you and asks what you would like tonight Kanpai! Welcome to Japantica's first and oldest bar. Situated on the lovely riverbank of Immo, Zarnia Province, The Omotesando is home to some of Japanatica's finest drinks, and ladies! Seats are availible for all patrons to sit upon and relax. Smoking is permitted. Founded in BCE 2150, it is THE premiere destination of those seeking adventure, many a traveller have departed from this site seeking their fortune. One can find offers for jobs from many of the patrons of this establishment, even the bartender, "Immo" as he is called (though his Real Name Is Ian Thrace) and his crew of waitresses know who to ask about jobs. Merecenaries for hire, merchants looking for a place to sleep. Drinks do not cost any real money, as long as you Role Play ordering. You can stay as long as you like, but please do not make posts smaller than 3-4 lines of text, this isnt a spamroom, its a place of business! The beds on the second floor are free too, but you require access from the barkeep. At the moment we have a selection of fermented wheats, rice, and more. But were always looking for outsiders and passer-bys who may have some of that legendary Roman liquor. Oh well, a business can dream! Ask our bartender who to talk to about adventures, maybe he knows something! This will be an evolving thread, so check back often for updates as not only the patrons change, but as the building itself does! Rough Floorplan for the sake of allieviating confusion: Drinks: Shochu: Sweet Potato Spirit Whiskey: Typical 80 Proof Sake: Rice Wine Beer: Ranging in Body from Ale to Porter Lemon Water: Perfect addition to Water on a Hot Japanatica Day. Fruit Juices: Banana, Orange, from keep in the jungles around Japanatica. Secret Drinks: offered to friends only, don't ask, don't tell :shh: Food: Moningu: A Japanese breakfast set usually with toast. Miso: Soup Nori: Dried Seaweed Soba: Noodles (Includes DIpping Sauce, Tempura, Green onions and in broth) Udon: Thick Noodles (aburaage, or fried bean curd, Green Onions, Seven Spices, and tempura. Optional Beef Slices). Ramen: Popular Noodle Dish in the early morning, comes with Roast Pork Donburi: Bowl on rice. Variety of ingredients, made to your liking with Beef, Chicken, Pork or Fish. Curry: Variety, including Beef, Chicken, Fish, vegetable, Pork, and dry. Okonomiyaki: Flour Pancake, fried, cabbage, bean sprouts, bits of tempura, egg and pork, shrimp or squid are piled on top wity nori and a special sauce.