Whisky Distilleries

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The whisky distillery Miyagikyo is the second distillery beside Yoichi, on which Masataka Taketsuru based the success of his Japanese Nikka company.
Named after the surrounding region, the Yamazaki Distillery was the pioneer of Japanese Whisky. Today it's still the uncrowned queen of Japanese whisky distilleries – both in terms of production and popularity.
The distillery was established in 1973
Chichibu Distillery started producing its famous whiskies in 2008. The distillery is owned by Venture Whisky Ltd., established by Ichiro Akuto in 2004 in Chichibu, a city in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture, about 100 kilometres from Tokyo. Ichiro Akuto was...
The Yochi distillery is one to the Nikka distilleries located on the Hokkaido island.
The Chugoku Jozo distillery was founded in 1918.
This distillery was founded in 1972 and is right at the foot of the Mount Fuji.
The Akkeshi distillery is a new distillery from the northern Japanese island Hokkaido.