Marukin Soy Sauce Museum

Memorial Hall
This museum was constructed in 1987 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the founding of Marukin Shoyu. The gassho-zukuri (a traditional style of Japanese architecture with a steep thatched roof) building has been designated as a National Registered Tangible Cultural Property. Inside the museum are panels that introduce the soy sauce manufacturing process and displays of tools that were actually used in the production of soy sauce since the company was founded. Visitors can try soy sauce soft cream in the adjacent production building and this unique flavor can only be had here. Tours of the press factory that is currently still in use are also possible.

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Kagawa Pref. Shouzugunshoudoshimachou Nouma A 1850 map map Map
9:00-16:00 [7/20-8/31/10/16-11/30] 9:00-16:30
Irregular holidays
[Admission fee]Adults(Junior high school students and older)400yen, Children(Elementary school students)200yen
[Group admission fee(15 people or more)]Adults(Junior high school students and older)350yen, Children(Elementary school students) )180yen
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Average budget
[Lunch] 1-1,000yen
Remarks:Friday amount purchased at the shop
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Yes (some slopes are available, but there are stairs)
Infant friendly
Pet friendly
outdoor only

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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  • Quick Visit
    3.0 Reviewed : 2020.07.25
    Interesting place.You can see here the old advertisement posters of the Marukin soy sauce and various tools and processes used in making soy sauce.
  • Interesting to see how soy sauce was made
    4.0 Reviewed : 2018.05.15
    We visited here with a group of 15 and found it very interesting to see how soy sauce was made in the old days. We did not realise what a long and labour intensive process it was. The small shop on...
  • Ok for a quick visit ...
    3.0 Reviewed : 2017.12.11
    There is really not much here, besides showing how soya sauce is made. Artefacts are laid out in a biggish hall, with some English signs.

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