I went to Takayama as part of a guided tour of Japan. Walking down Ōshinmachi Traditional Street, there were so many interesting little shops and stores. These shops, clearly catering to tourists, really organize themselves well and certainly know how to present their wares, such as these bottles of saké. Each of the bottles list their brand and where the saké is from, however they're using Chinese characters which I thought was both a little odd and interesting.
One of the things I noticed in Japan, is that the Japanese are very good at packaging and wrapping up whatever it is you buy, no matter how small it might be. I really liked the way these bottles were wrapped and presented.
Bottles of Saké in one of the many traditional stores of Takayama, Japan.