Hamadaya Soy sauce, borne of Kumamoto region in Japan in 1818, is made from the same closely guarded, time-tested, two century old family recipe.
With over 1000 natural springs, and the famous Mount Aso, Kumamoto is one of Japan’s few ‘water cities’ – this mineral rich water, blessed by the hands of time – is natures gift to Hamadaya.
Its premium taste, aroma and uncompromising flavour is retained due to our 7th generation brewmaster: Hironari Hamada.
Every drop is a careful blend of tradition, experience and the highest quality ingredients – just pure delight.
Our oldest warehouse was built 200 years ago during the Edo period. In 2017, the buildings were officially recognised by the Japanese government as a cultural landscape of Kumamoto.
Our Soy sauce is the highest quality possible. Its officially graded as ‘Special’ by the Japanese Agricultural Standards (JAS).
Every bottle is preservative free, and doesn’t contain monosodium glutamate or artificial colours: Just pure delight.