Industrial Tourism in Japan
Tonami Soy Sauce
The company was originally established in 1935 in the Tonami area as a shop and factory, processing soy beans and brewing soy sauce.
Today, in addition to soy sauce, the company also produces salad dressings, beverages, sauces, and other processed foods made with ingredients from within the prefecture and nationwide, with a focus on the safety and reliability of their ingredients.
600 Kanaya Shogawa-machi Tonami city, Toyama 932-0305 Japan
By car: 15 minutes from Hokuriku Expressway Tonami I.C.
Parking (passenger car): Available (on the facility)
Parking fee (passenger car): Free
Parking (tour bus): Available (large, medium) (on the facility)
Parking fee (tour bus): Free
Workshop-based tour: Available (Content: 45-90 minute factory tour Charge: Free )
|Working days and hours||8:30 am to 5:00 pm|
|Closings||Every Saturday, Sunday and national holidays|
|Time required for a tour||45－90min|
|Language||Japanese / English(Brochure)|
Advance reservations required by telephone, fax or email.
Any interpretation must be arranged by the visitor (Japanese only).
There are only Japanese-style toilets available at the site.
There are a few meeting rooms in which you need to take off your shoes on entering.