Product name

The 32 Aspects of Women-Housewife of the Kyowa Era


Distilled in 1991 / Bottled in 2016 / Sherry Cask / Total 85 Bottles 56.8% Alc. / 700mL 


Tsukiaka Yashitoshi (1839-1892) was a famous Japanese ukiyo-e artists. He is also regarded as one of the form's greatest innovators. By the end of his career, it is when Edo period heading to the modern Japan, Yoshitoshi was struggling with the western technology as Japan was adopting Western mass reporoduction methods like photography and lithography. However, he managed to push the traditional Japanese woodblock print to a new level. He is now recognized as the greatest Japanese artist of his era.


"The 32 Aspects of Women" also called "32 Aspects of Customs and Manners" featuring women of different backgrounds and occupations, with a specific mood and character trait.


On the label, featuring the famous painting of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi. It reveals the complex and delicate emotion when the smoky mosquito coils of Summer wafts to the woman.


This bottle of  Karuizawa Whisky creates the Summer texture: Sitting along tranquilly in the garden with the background of cicadas buzz.,  and of course, a glass of this beautiful malt.