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Shoda Shoyu is happy to be able to enrich people’s lives through food, by combining its ever-advancing fermentation technology with new technologies in tune with the times.


Company Name SHODA SHOYU CO.,LTD.
Head Takashi Shoda, President
Head Office 3-1 Sakae-Cho,Tatebayashi,Gunma,374-8510,Japan
Founded December 25, 1873
Established  December 25, 1917
Capital 100 million yen
Number of Employees 425 (295 male, 130 female)
Business Activities Brewing of soy sauce;Manufacture and sale of soy sauce and other general sauces;Research and Development;Providing a solution.
Net Sales 23,600 million yen (2019.11)

Subsidiaries

Shoda Foods Co., Ltd. Production of sauce products
Shoda Shokuhin Co., Ltd. Production of sauce products
Nichinan Kogyo Co., Ltd. Production & distribution of soy sauce, miso (fermented soybean paste), sauce products, and ready-made foods
Kinmaruboshi Shoyu Co., Ltd. Production & distribution of soy sauce and sauce products; distribution of miso (fermented soybean paste) and sauces
JOYFUL PARK Management of various restaurants; catering services
SHODA SAUCES EUROPE
CO.,LTD.
Production & distribution of soy sauce, sauce products; import/export of food and liquor

Factories

The Tatebayashi Factory located next to the Headquarters House specializes in high-mix, low-volume production. Here, various types of soy sauce which enhance Japanese cuisine are manufactured.


Tall trees have been planted on the green area covering a quarter of the 75 thousand square meters of factory premises, as an environmental consideration. The brewing facility equipped with the latest technology allows efficient production while maintaining high quality.


Built in 2010, this Factory enables efficient production of sauce products, which are in increasing demand. State-of-the-art facilities and advanced technology ensure solid quality of the products.


SHODA SAUCES EUROPE CO., LTD. develops and distributes various sauces including soy sauce and soy sauce-based products. It serves as the base for Japan’s own Shoda to evolve into the internationally known Shoda.