That was the kind that normally found at Honda dealerships (note Honda dealerships will not sell you Shin-Etsu G-30)
I could not remember the number before, But keep in mind Shin-Etsu G-30 does not have the same mil specs as Shin-Etsu G-40M or Molycote 44.
Shin-Etsu G-30 is designed to keep rubber seals from drying out in automobile weather striping and not lubricant.
Big problem I have with G 30 is its way over priced due to the Honda aftermarket parts market. 30g tube for $18
Shin Etsu from Etokki or Arkishop is $20 for a 100g tube and Paradise Arcade has 3g tube of Molykote for $2.50
a 100g tube is like $20 or $25 dollars.
Reason I recommend Shin-Etsu G-40M OR Molycote 44 and the two greases have the same mil specs
Only real difference is (other than the branding) Shin Etsu -40M used for the stock grease on Japanese parts while Molykote is the stock grease for American Cabs
I got a 100 gram tube of Molykote from lizard Lick 4 years ago, I re-lubed now like 2 dozen stick with out making a dent in the supply.
3 grams of Molykote for $2.50 is going to last you a while (its also the best price per gram, shipping not included).