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Specially Made Train-Shaped Shochu Bottles

Updated at 2024-04-13

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Kuma shochu is sake made from fermented koji rice harvested in the southern part of Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. It is registered as a protected designation of origin, and only sake produced by recognized breweries in the Hitoyoshi Basin can be labeled as Kuma shochu. From left to right, the three sake bottles in the picture represent the SL Hitoyoshi (SL stands for steam locomotive), Aodori (a kingfisher indigenous to Hitoyoshi), and A-Train (an Amakusa sightseeing train for adults).

Details

Name
Specially Made Train-Shaped Shochu Bottles
Giver
Kumamoto Prefectural Government
Friendly States
Japan
City
Kumamoto Prefecture

Language: Japanese
Area: 7,410 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 1,700,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Its main industry is agriculture. It is famous for Mount Aso, which is the largest active volcano in Japan.

Size
L27.2cm W5.8cm H7.3cm
Category
Ceramics
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