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"Echizen gani" and "Iburigakko" come under protection – first addition to subject of geographical indication under Japan-EU EPA

On January 26, 2021, the Japanese government announced that 25 names on agricultural and fishery products, including "Echizen gani" and "Iburigakko" which is a pickle made of smoked radish and a specialty of Akita Prefecture, and 3 names on alcoholic beverages, 28 names in total, would be added to the subject of Geographical Indication (GI) under the Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement which had come into effect in February 2019. Geographical Indication (GI) protects brand names on products corresponding to specific locations or origins.
The addition of the 28 names has come into effect on February 1. This is the first addition to the subject of GI under the Japan-EU EPA.
The 25 names on agricultural and fishery products include, other than the above two names, "Yamagata celery", a specialty of Yamagata City, and "Okukuji shamo", free-range chickens bred in Ibaragi Prefecture, and the 3 names on alcohol beverages include "Nada-Gogo", one of the leading sake-brewing areas in Japan, located across Kobe City and Nishinomiya City in Hyogo Prefecture, "Harima" indicating the Harima area of Hyogo Prefecture, and "Hokkaido", the name of a prefecture having major wine brewing areas.


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