Obligations as a Liquor Licensee
Things To Do After Liquor License is Granted
Books and Records
The books of account must be kept at the sales office, for at least 5 (five) years.
Record in the books of account items regarding purchases and sales.
(Quantity, price, date, name and address of the supplier/ buyer.)
Duty to Report
When there is a change in address, name, or location or name of the place of sale:
→File "Report of Change" to the head of the tax office with jurisdiction.
When suspending or recommencing the sale of alcoholic beverages:
→File "Declaration of Suspension or Commencement (Change) of Alcoholic Beverages Sale Business" to the head of the tax office with jurisdiction.
When you sell alcoholic beverages, record the total quantity of alcoholic beverages sold by product category and the inventory volume at the end of March for each fiscal year.
→ File "Report on Sales of Alcoholic Beverages" by the end of April of the following fiscal year, to the head of the tax office with jurisdiction.
Duty to Notify
When you plan to refill alcoholic beverages in a small container, etc.
→Submit "Notification of Refill of Alcoholic Beverages" to the head of the tax office at least two days in advance.