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Interesting to see how soy sauce was made

We visited here with a group of 15 and found it very interesting to see how soy sauce was made in... read more

Reviewed May 14, 2018
26waynew
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Melbourne, Australia
Ok for a quick visit ...

There is really not much here, besides showing how soya sauce is made. Artefacts are laid out in a... read more

Reviewed December 11, 2017
Asperger_Singapore
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Singapore, Singapore
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May 14, 2018
“Interesting to see how soy sauce was made”
Dec 11, 2017
“Ok for a quick visit ...”
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◎ Malkin soy sauce Memorial temporary closing announcement June 23, 2015 (Tuesday) For on-site maintenance, it closed all day. To inconvenience you apologize, but please understand
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1850 Nouma, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun 761-4421, Kagawa Prefecture
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Reviewed May 14, 2018

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 site offers the chance...More

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed December 11, 2017

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.

Date of experience: December 2017
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Reviewed April 4, 2017 via mobile

Not much to see but guess it may be interesting to those with zero knowledge of soy sauce. Tried the soy sauce ice-cream but it only tasted like ice-cream.

Date of experience: April 2017
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Reviewed February 18, 2017

Very good smell, full with soy sauce smell nearby. Haven't tried the ice cream, hope you can try as I were too clod at that time.

Date of experience: February 2017
Thank Memeggg
marukinkinennkan, 広報担当マネージャー at Marukin Soysouce Memorial, responded to this reviewResponded December 24, 2017

Dear Memeggg Thank you for coming to Marukin Soysauce Memorial. When you come next time, please eat ice cream by all means. We look forward to you again .

Reviewed December 28, 2016

The museum is easily accessed by bus, yet is very plain. I might say it is boring, but it is not, because there are models that show you how soy sauce was made, as well as the preserved room of soy sauce fermentation as an...More

Date of experience: December 2016
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

This is just along the way from my cycling route so I decided to stop by. It has free admission. when you get inside, you will see the old ways people do to make soy sauce. You will see there some old bottles of soy...More

Date of experience: July 2016
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marukinkinennkan, 広報担当マネージャー at Marukin Soysouce Memorial, responded to this reviewResponded August 2, 2016

Dear EngageTo W Did you enjoy cycling in Shodoshima? Thank you for coming to Marukin Soysauce Memorial. We hope that you'll have an interest for the soy sauce and Shodo Island . We look forward to you again .

Reviewed May 30, 2016

It is not only just a soy sauce but also part of our history! This is a museum to show us how soy sauce became a big part of Shodoshima's cultures and industry. With an entrance feel, a bottle of their soy sauce comes as...More

Date of experience: March 2016
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marukinkinennkan, 広報担当マネージャー at Marukin Soysouce Memorial, responded to this reviewResponded June 14, 2016

Dear ShodoTourismAdvisor Thank you for coming to Marukin Soysauce Memorial. We hope that you'll have an interest for the soy sauce and Shodo Island . We look forward to you again .

Reviewed May 22, 2016 via mobile

I do not known about Marukin Soysouce. Maybe I had it before or not. It was free entrance to Memorial museum. There are Marukin Soysouce ice cream that I wanted to try it. But I didn't this time. Hope to next time!:)

Date of experience: May 2016
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marukinkinennkan, 広報担当マネージャー at Marukin Soysouce Memorial, responded to this reviewResponded May 23, 2016

Dear erikamix Thank you for coming to Marukin Soysauce Memorial.Please try the soysauce softcream next time.Please come again.

Reviewed February 21, 2014

The memorial has all the old tools used for making soy sauce, but if you have no previous exposure to these items, it might be difficult to understand what you see. But the immediate area around this memorial is great spot for a little walk....More

Date of experience: February 2014
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marukinkinennkan, 広報担当マネージャー at Marukin Soysouce Memorial, responded to this reviewResponded May 25, 2015

Seatac405 様 Thank you for coming to the Memorial. We hope would like to deepen their understanding of the soy sauce and enjoy the many people of the country. In the future, we plan such as caption or description in English even enhance. We look...More

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