Yamazaki distillery (山崎蒸溜所, Yamazaki jōryūsho) is a Japanese whisky distillery located in Shimamoto, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Opened in 1923, and owned by Suntory, it was Japan's first commercial whisky distillery. Seven thousand bottles of unblended malt whisky are on display in its "Whisky Library". [wikipedia]
Temporarily closed until further notice due to coronavirus measures
By train, get off at either Yamazaki Station (JR Tokaido Line) or Oyamazaki Station (Hankyu Kyoto Line) and walk 10 minutes
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