I forgot to mention in my earlier post about the Hoya filters. Either I've been scammed myself (which I doubt since I bought them from a reputable seller) or the filter you show is 100% genuine. I own two Hoya HD filters (an UV and a CPL, both 72mm) and both "boast" the same typo in their boxes. It's hard to understand in these days where auto spell checking is so extended in just about every software suite, but sadly, this kind of typos are not so uncommon.
I also wanted to comment about the HD filters: Hoya's claims about the coatings of these filters being stain and scratch resistant seem to be quite true, it's not that you won't ever leave your fingerprints on them is you accidentally touch them, but stains are not so bad as in other lesser quality glass and are very easily removed with a simple piece of cloth. I haven't, of course, tested if the glass is four time stronger than normal glass
Finally, these filters (both the UV and CPL) are designed so that you can keep using your original lens cap, they fit perfectly (at least Nikon's caps) on them!