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Imayu Tsukasa's Nishikigoi Sake is bottled and packaged to look like Koi (or carp). Designed by Bullet Inc of Japan. 2016 IF Design Award winner.

Imayu Tsukasa's Nishikigoi Sake is bottled and packaged to look like Koi (or carp). Designed by Bullet Inc of Japan. 2016 IF Design Award winner.

Maekake are a type of Japanese apron that, for hundreds of years, have been favored by the working men and women of rice shops, sake shops, miso shops and other stores that dot Japan’s many shopping streets. They’re typically made from indigo-dyed cotton canvas and feature a thick belt that wraps al

Clever Packaging Design For Japanese Maekake Aprons

Maekake are a type of Japanese apron that, for hundreds of years, have been favored by the working men and women of rice shops, sake shops, miso shops and other stores that dot Japan’s many shopping streets. They’re typically made from indigo-dyed cotton canvas and feature a thick belt that wraps al

Label design for liqueur on Behance bu Akira Kusaka, Osaka, Japan curated by Packaging Diva PD. Yamana sake brewery illustrated packaging is just sooo cute. Art Direction, graphic design, illustration.

Label design for liqueur on Behance bu Akira Kusaka, Osaka, Japan curated by Packaging Diva PD. Yamana sake brewery illustrated packaging is just sooo cute.

Sake theme. Single colour print. Isolated images like tattoos

Chinese Sake Wine - Buy Sake Wine,Wine,Kosher Wine Product on Alibaba.com

Japanese Sweet Sake, Learn about Japanese Sweet Sake Product Details, Pictures in Rice Wine from Dalian Huaxin International Trading Co. You can Contact the Supplier Directly for More Product and Price Information

スパークリング日本酒仕立て「うたかた」 I don't know what this is but it sure is pretty PD

スパークリング日本酒仕立て「うたかた」 I don't know what this is but it sure is pretty PD

The sake cup is limited design, as long as sakura blooming! (I'm not sure what I like better, the design or the fact that in Japan, they sell sake in disposable, designer cans.)

The sake cup is limited design, as long as sakura blooming! (I'm not sure what I like better, the design or the fact that in Japan, they sell sake in disposable, designer cans.

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