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 Founded in 1914, CHOYA has been exporting actively since 1968 to share the traditional Japanese plum wine culture called 'Umeshu' with the world, and has been widely recognized as a Japanese liqueur since 1990. Since 1991, the company began attracting global attention to traditional Japanese liquor by recording an annual production of 10,000KL. In the 2000s, the company pioneered a path for traditional Japanese liquor around the world with a production of 19,972,000KL. To this day, CHOYA is leading the market as Japan's leading natural umeshu manufacturing company, using only traditional umeshu manufacturing methods that do not contain artificial colors or various additives.

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