I don’t read beer magazines very often, but when I do, I read the Japan Beer times. I came across this magazine at a brewpub in Tokyo a few years ago. They had free copies of several issues, so I brought them home to the US. I’m honestly not that much of a beer drinker, but the magazine is beautiful. Nicely printed, with interesting advertisements in Japanese, and lots of articles printed in Japanese on one page, and in English on the facing page.
I kept the issues around and kept going back to them for practice as my Japanese improved, and realized they are actually a fun and useful tool for study. It is real world, in the wild, Japanese for native speakers, and the advertisements use a lot of interestingly presented kanji and catchphrases.
A couple of months ago, I decided to visit their site, and it turns out they will send subscriptions to the US, and the subscription price comes to about $6 per issue for 4 issues a year ( 冬・春・夏・秋).
My first issue arrive yesterday, and it is beautiful. Very nice printing and a good coffee table magazine. It is the 夏 issue.
Anyways, I thought I’d mention it here as a relatively unknown, but pretty cool, resource. 乾杯。