You can find on this page the Japan wine map to print and to download in PDF. The Japan wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of Japan in Asia.
The main characteristic of Japanese wine is its diversity. Wines with a diversity of flavors are being produced from a wide range of grape varieties, including indigenous Japan varieties, American Vitis labrusca crossbreeds, and, more recently, specialist wine varieties such as Chardonnay and Merlot as its shown in Japan wine map.

Japan wine map

Maps of Japan vineyards

The Japan wine map shows all wine growing areas of Japan. This wine regions map of Japan will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in Japan in Asia. The Japan vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

High quality Japanese wines have received good ratings at recent international wine competitions. On the islands of Japan, which extend a long distance north and south, grape cultivation is being carried out in a variety of locations, including valleys, mountains, hills and coastal areas as its mentioned in Japan wine map. Wine is produced all over Japan, with the major production areas being Yamanashi, Hokkaido, Nagano, and Yamagata.

Due to the wide range of annual temperatures, from the northern area of Hokkaido as you can see in Japan wine map, where more than one meter of snow falls in winter, to Kyushu, where the temperature regularly exceeds 30 degrees Celsius in summer, initiatives are being carried out to find cultivation methods that suit each area and high quality grapes are being grown in each location.

There are more than 200 wineries in Japan as its shown in Japan wine map. Approximately 96% of them are small-to-medium size companies with capital below 300 million yen and fewer than 300 employees. Cultivation methods vary among each of these vastly different climates. Honshu and Kyushu, for example, are known for being incredibly wet most of the year.