Karuizawa

Karuizawa distillery

Karuizawa distillery (軽井沢蒸溜所, Karuizawa jōryūsho?) was a Japanese whisky distillery. It was located at Miyota, a town on the southern slopes of an active complex volcano, Mount Asama, in Kitasaku District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.[1][2]

Established in 1955, the distillery began production in 1956. It was owned by Mercian Corporation, and was the smallest in Japan. It was mothballed in 2000, and closed in 2011; the land on which it had stood was sold in 2012.

Karuizawa Whisky Reviews:

  • karuizawa-spirit-of-asama-55-whisky Karuizawa Spirit of Asama 55 (55%, OB, 2012) - Whisky Review: Karuizawa Spirit of Asama 55 Category: Japanese single malt whisky Origin: Karuizawa distillery Bottling: Karuizawa, OB ABV: 55% Cost: £61.34 What they say Whisky from the closed distillery of Karuizawa […]