The process of making soy sauce is in the most important squeeze Moromi…
The delicious taste of Yamaki Miso is born from the harmony between nature and man.
Japan’s food culture is a product of its rich natural environment, and its traditional seasonings, miso and soy sauce, are the most representative of this culture.
Today we will write about how a company called Yamaki Miso values the harmony between nature and mankind and is building a genuine food culture.
We participated in the Miso Festival and made soy sauce.
Coexistence with Nature – The Beautiful Environment of Kamikawa Town
Yamaki Brewery is located in Kamikawa-cho (formerly Kamiizumi-mura) in Saitama Prefecture.
This location is rich in natural blessings and offers beautiful scenery in each of the four seasons.
Using Kamiizumi’s famous water and surrounded by nature, they have realized an ideal manufacturing process that makes the most of nature.
Employees say they like this name very much.
Organic Soybeans – Creating Safe and Reliable Foods
Yamaki Brewery grows soybeans organically, minimizing environmental impact while providing safe and reliable food products.
We use domestically produced organic ingredients and domestically produced specially cultivated ingredients, and we support organic producers by purchasing ingredients during the conversion period for organic certification at the same price.
They ask contract farmers to do this for us.
Focusing on Domestic Production – Protecting Japanese Agriculture
Yamaki Brewery places great importance on using ingredients grown in Japan’s climate and reducing food mileage.
Due to the small size and high humidity of Japanese farmland, we make every effort not to rely on foreign ingredients.
We also emphasize consumer peace of mind by not using genetically modified soybeans.
which results in slightly higher prices overall.
Natural Taste – No Added Additives
Yamaki Miso products are made with an emphasis on natural flavors and do not contain any additives such as seasonings, flavors, colors, or preservatives.
They are carefully and painstakingly manufactured over time to bring out the flavors and colors of the ingredients.
Old-Fashioned Flavor – Preserving Fermentation Culture
The four distinct seasons in Japan make it easy for fermentation bacteria to live, and Yamaki Brewery uses traditional methods for fermentation and maturation.
Each wooden vat has its own unique fermentation process, and we take the time to face each one to create a traditional flavor.
Bringing it all together
Yamaki Brewing is a wonderful company that is committed to harmony between nature and mankind and to the creation of authentic food culture.
Their values are important for us to enjoy a healthy and sustainable diet.
Their products, which harmonize with nature and bring out the true flavor of ingredients, are a source of pride for Japanese food culture.
To eat Yamaki Brewery products is to feel connected to nature and enjoy traditional flavors.
Soy sauce was boat squeezed with the application of leverage by squeezing.
Moromi was wrapped in hemp (now a synthetic fiber), squeezed and bottled.
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