Togouchi is a whisky created by the Japanese distillery Chugoku Jozo located near Hiroshima. This distillery had been making liquor, sake and shochu, a traditional Japanese alcohol, since 1918. In 1990, they began to make whisky and the Togouchi brand was born. The Togouchi whiskies are all aged in unique surroundings – a 361 metres long tunnel built in 1970. It provides ideal conditions for ageing thanks to a constant temperature of 14°C and a hygrometry of 80%.