The Yamazaki crisis — Japanese whisky is going dry

TOKYO — Bottles of high-end Japanese whisky are put on display every day at the entrance of Japan’s largest duty-free shop in Haneda Airport. But there is one problem: it is nearly impossible to buy one. “These days, we can secure just 12 bottles of …
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