Opening is strictly prohibited! Living miso making experience

Opening is strictly prohibited! Living miso making experience

Adjacent to Tatsue-ji Temple, the 19th temple on the Shikoku Pilgrimage, this rare brewery has been preserving traditional soy sauce and miso-making methods using cedar barrels since its establishment in the Meiji era, over 120 years ago. All of their soy sauce and miso ingredients are directly sourced from producers, and they are committed to conveying the benefits of fermented food through the hands-on miso-making activity they offer. After making your own authentic miso with carefully selected ingredients, enjoy a healthy, light lunch featuring low-sodium salted koji made with live malt and the brewery's signature miso.



Minimum Number of Passengers
2 people
Maximum Capacity
6 people
Participation Restrictions
Ages 5 and up
Meeting and Exchange Areas
Hama Shoyu Brewery
34 Wakamatsu, Tatsue-cho, Komatsushima City, Tokushima Prefecture
Open Period
Closed on certain days
Closed Period
Held: Mon. to Fri. (*Closed on Sundays and national holidays)
Meeting Times and Business Hours
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Tour Schedule
1. Soy sauce brewery tour (15 minutes), 2. Make miso (1 hour) while listening to Mr. Hama's talk, soak malt and salt in a barrel, crush soybeans, mix them in the barrel, and knead to create miso dumplings, 3. Light lunch featuring salted koji (45 minutes) - Koshihikari rice from Kashiwa Farm (Komatsushima City) in a clay pot, miso soup, pickles, and grilled fish or meat with salted koji.
Required Time
2 hours
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