are distilled spirits passed down in the Tokyo islands
of Izu and Ogasawara which lie in the Pacific.

The shochu and rum are painstakingly made by hand
on the islands by distillers full of character
who work closely with the challenging environment
unique to remote islands.
These islands spirits are beloved by the islanders
and support the island life.

The spirits, which are filled with
the pure wishes of their makers
taste as rich as if they were distilled
from the islands' scenery and scent themselves;
they are indeed the islands' spirits.


Tokyo has precious spirits which are still unknown to many.

In the sea streching approximately 1,000 km south of
Tokyo, there are 11 inhabited islands.
Each island has its own unique climate, rich culture, and fresh food,
and it is here that the islands spirits were born.