Onojin Shoyu & Miso
This miso and soy sauce production warehouse was established in 1912. They use traditional production methods, while also making products that meet the needs of modern consumers. The products are delicious, safe, and trustworthy.
“Jin Zaemon” soy sauce prepared in a Japanese cedar barrel for three years, and black garlic dressing.
Nearby Points of Interest:
Mitsubachi 888 Cafe – Restaurant
Restaurant Enishi – Restaurant
Diner Asano Shokudo – Restaurant
Kikunoya Japanese Restaurant – Restaurant
Toda Fugetsu-do – Japanese Confectionary
Keitoku-In Temple – Cultural Sightseeing
Kotohira Shrine – Cultural Sightseeing
- 300 Mineyamacho Sugitani, Kyōtango, Kyoto 627-0012
- Business Hours
- Open 9 am to 6 pm
- Closed the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month