The commercial name of the product.
Name of the producer and the address of the production site.
In Japan, shochu usually comes in 720ml, 900ml, or 1800ml bottles. In addition, awamori often has 360ml and 600ml bottle options as well.
Such as “Honkaku Shochu” or “Awamori.”
In most cases, shochu contains 25% of alcohol, but it ranges from 20% to 35%.
Primarily, this is a warning to prevent underage drinking. In Japan, the warning usually reads “Drinking by those aged under 20 is prohibited by law.”
List of ingredients from most to least in volume or weight.
Geographical Identification /
The product can indicate a GI or a regional trademark if it fulfills the requirements.
Special Ingredients or
The label can indicate special ingredients and production methods to showcase certain characteristics of the product. This includes a special ingredient variety, ingredients harvested in a specific region, atmospheric or vacuum distillation, aging, etc.
Indication of Organic Product
The product can indicate its status as an organic product if it uses organic ingredients and fulfills the required production method.