Alcohol consumption in Japan by beverage 2010

This statistic shows the distribution of alcohol consumption in Japan in 2010, by type of alcoholic beverage. Beer accounted for some 19 percent of the total alcohol consumed in Japan that year. With a share of some 52 percent, most alcohol in Japan was consumed through spirits.

Distribution of alcohol consumption in Japan in 2010, by beverage*

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Source

Release date

2014

Region

Japan

Survey time period

2010

Age group

15 years and older

Supplementary notes

* As a percent of pure alcohol consumption. Beer includes malt beers. Wine includes wine made from grapes. Spirits include all distilled beverages. Other includes one or several other alcoholic beverages, such as fermented beverages made from sorghum, maize, millet, rice, or cider, fruit wine, fortified wine, etc.

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