|Location||Kurokawacho 7-6, Yoichicho, Yoichi-gun, Hokkaido, 046-0003|
|Owner||Nikka Whisky Distilling|
|No. of stills||6 pot stills|
|Website||Nikka Whisky Distilling|
Yoichi distillery (Japanese: 余市蒸溜所 Hepburn: Yoichi jōryūsho) is a Japanese whisky distillery. It is located at Yoichi (余市町 Yoichi-chō), a town in the Yoichi District, Shiribeshi Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan.
The distillery is owned by Nikka Whisky Distilling, and was opened in 1934. It is the older of the two distilleries owned by Nikka Whisky, the other being the company’s Miyagikyo distillery near Sendai.
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- Yoichi single malt whisky products – Nikka Whisky official site page about the distillery's single malt products
This article is based upon a translation of the French language version as at May 2014.