Can featuring the "Black Woodpecker," a bird that calls Hokkaido home. A lithograph of the "Black Woodpecker," a natural landmark of the north that was created by children's book illustrator Hiroshi Abe (former Asahiyama Zoo zoo keeper who lives in Asahikawa). Otokoyama produces sake in the chilly northern region using the Mt. Daisetsu subterranean water as the brewing water. It is a sake that best utilizes the unadulterated flavor of pure rice sake kept in raw form.