Hibiki Harmony 2021 Limited Edition
Hibiki Harmony 2021 Limited Edition - This specially-designed, limited edition bottle of Hibiki® Japanese Harmony™ is adorned with painted flowers and flowing ribbons of water. This one-of-a-kind bottle was designed to represent the vital force of Japan’s ever-changing twenty-four seasons.
This 2021 limited edition pays tribute to the Ryusui-Hyakka (One-Hundred Flowers and Flowing Water). The design motif epitomizes the cyclical passage of time, showcasing the blossoms of the Japanese twenty-four seasons juxtaposed with the ever-changing flow of water that connects one passing season to another. The Hibiki bottle celebrates the much-loved blooms, colors and shapes of seasonal flowers that make the Japanese year so special. A deep appreciation for the seasons and a sensitivity for the passage of time accounts for the Japanese culture’s unique sense of harmony with nature. In tune with Suntory’s philosophy, the design bottle series is the next iteration of the brand’s continuous pursuit of harmony.
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