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Histological staining GMS stain
Histological staining GMS stain

Comparison of GMS and PAS stains. Patient with disseminated Trichosporon spp. infection. Both x60. In the GMS image, substantial background staining of elastin is seen, with more prominent yeasts superimposed. In contrast, the PAS stain shows the tissue morphology, with bright pink yeasts also visible.

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Counter immunoelectrophoresis equipment for precipitin tests.
Agar gel double diffusion for Aspergillus precipitins
Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)
Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)

More examples of sake. The colour of the bottle has no particular significance.

Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)
Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)

Varieties of traditional sake and shochu made in different parts of Japan.

From left to right:

Shochu, made from barley and distilled, similar to whisky.

Shochu made by Furusawa from Miazaki prefecture on Kyoshu Island (25% alcohol)

High quality sake called Shochikubai made by Takara brewery in Kyoto from polished rice and used for purification in ceremonies such as weddings, within a Shinto religious ceremony (15% alcohol).

Sake made near the mountains of Hakkaisan in Niigata prefecture, top quality.

Sake made near the mountains of Hakkaisan in Niigata prefecture.

Sake made near the mountains of Hakkaisan in Niigata prefecture.

Dry sake called Suizin, made in the Iwate prefecture in the north of Japan.

Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)
Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu) Hakkaisan sake (Nihonshu)

Hakkaisan sake or Nihonshu, rice wine fermented in Japan, made in Niigata prefecture, famous for the production of high quality, tasty rice. Aspergillus oryzae is used for the rice fermentation. The place producing good rice is producing good sake as well. The alcohol content of sake is 15% to 20%. Sake is traditionally drunk from the small cup called choko and poured into the choko from ceramic flasks. Nihonshu is served hot or cold.

Also shown is another traditional cup, the masu, a box usually made of fragrant hinoki (cypress) or sugi (cedar) wood. Hinoki trees are only found in Japan and Taiwan. On the left is a large sake container made of wood, covered in straw and called a taru or sakadaru.

Homeopathic remedy Homeopathic remedy
Homeopathic remedy Homeopathic remedy

Homeopathic remedy

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