The mark consists of characters in the colors black and red. The color red appears in a square box and the Japanese characters that transliterate as "KONISHI KINJO" at the left bottom; the color black appears in the Japanese characters that transliterate as "ITAMIZAKE" at the right, "OTOKOYAMA" in the center, and "SEISHU" at the left; and the colors brown and white appear in a background design that features historical Japanese workers making sake.
"ITAMI OTOKOYAMA JAPANESE SAKE SINCE 1550," THE NON-LATIN CHARACTERS THAT TRANSLITERATE TO "ITAMIZAKE OTOKOYAMA SEISHU" AND "KINJO" AND THAT MEAN "HIGH QUALITY SAKE," "REFINED SAKE," AND "BREWING"
The color(s) black, red, brown and white is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.
Advertising, skywriting , Asian-Pacific men, Aprons, men wearing, excluding bakers, butchers, chefs , Groups, males , Humans engaged in other work, Elevators, Bottle labels, Plain single line squares, Asian characters