A Whisky Lover's Japan Travel Guide: Tokyo and Niseko, Distilleries … – Bloomberg

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Where to stay, what to eat and, most importantly, where to drink.
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Hello fellow enthusiasts. My name is Brad Japhe, and I’m a frequent contributor to Bloomberg Pursuits, most commonly specializing in spirits (like the best of the year!). And if there’s anything that excites me as much as a properly aged whisky, it’s the refined flavors of Japan. The combination of the two elicits a multiplicative effect. 
So you can approximate my elation when I deplaned at Haneda Airport late last month for my first tour of Japanese distilleries in over four years. I also came for the food, of course; and the skiing; and the country’s singular brand of luxury lodging. But we’ll get to all that later.


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