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Things to Do

This is our recommended route for our museums and more.

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  • Kamada Soy Sauce's former main gate

    1.Kamada Soy Sauce's former main gate

    This is a registered tangible cultural property, which was built between 1868 and 1882 (early Meiji period.) It has a large main door in the middle and two small doors on each end. The gate was originally located inside the garden at the Kamada family villa at Kofuen. In 1955, it was transferred to its current location.

    旧鎌田醤油大門
  • Yotsuya Simon Doll Museum - Tan Ou Sou

    2.Yotsuya Simon Doll Museum - Tan Ou Sou

    This western-style registered tangible cultural property, which was built in 1936, exhibits 23 ball-jointed dolls made by Simon Yotsuya. Visitors can enjoy coffee and soy sauce ice cream while immersed in this unique atmosphere.

    Yotsuya Simon Doll Museum - Tan Ou Sou

    Collect all three stamps at three Kamada Museums for a prize!

  • Sanuki Museum of Soy Sauce Art by Tsuyoshi Ozawa

    3.Sanuki Museum of Soy Sauce Art by Tsuyoshi Ozawa

    Reproductions of historic artworks done in soy sauce by contemporary artist Tsuyoshi Ozawa are exhibited at the Former main store of Kamada Soy Sauce. This is a registered tangible cultural property, which was constructed at the end of Edo period (1853 to 1869), still retaining the charm of the merchant house of modern era.

    Sanuki Museum of Soy Sauce Art by Tsuyoshi Ozawa
  • Tan Ou Sou black gate

    4.Tan Ou Sou black gate

    This registered tangible cultural property, built in 1937, is the highlight of the local shopping district scenery.

  • Kofuen garden

    5.Kofuen garden

    This garden was built by Katsutaro Kamada at the Kamada Family’s villa from 1908 to 1910. Today it is a municipal park. The western portion is a Japanese-style garden with a pond, while the eastern part is a Western-style garden centered around a lawn.

    Kofuen garden
  • Kamada Foundation Museum

    6.Kamada Foundation Museum

    This western-style building, a registered tangible cultural property, was constructed in the Taisho period (1922). The unique features include: the large semicircular windows, stonewalls and the wavy curves of the second floor wall. You can follow the footsteps of Tsuken Kume with historical materials in the permanent exhibition room. Please enjoy local collections including archaeology, Japanese books, illustrations and calligraphy in the special exhibition rooms.

    Kamada Foundation Museum
  • Kamada Soy Sauce Sakaide flagship store

    7.Kamada Soy Sauce Sakaide flagship store

    There is a wide range of products available at our directly managed shop located next to the Kamada Soy Sauce factory.

    Kamada Soy Sauce Sakaide flagship store

    Collect all three stamps for a prize!