"FUJI SEIRYUSUI" is alkalescent natural water which is collected at a depth of 200 m from its collection spot. This collection spot is located at an altitude of 920 m at the northern foot of the Mt. Fuji in Yamanashi prefecture.
The "Mt. Fuji landscape formation area" surrounds this collection spot.
Water from melting snow or rain in the Mt. Fuji slowly passes through a number of stacked basalt layers to constitute this natural water richly containing useful minerals such as vanadium which has attracted attention recently.
"FUJI SEIRYUSUI" is soft water having a hardness of 25, which is the lowest of those of water from the Mt. Fuji, and therefore has a mild taste to be preferred by Japanese.