The district of Sanuki (now Kagawa Prefecture), on Shikoku Island in Southern Japan, was long famous for salt production. Sanuki's shoal beaches produced 80% of Japan's salt for many years. The ample sunshine and open fields were also perfect for growing wheat and soybeans. This made Sanuki an ideal region for soy sauce production.
Since 1789, Kamada has been creating quality soy sauce in the Sanuki region under our company motto of “producing the highest quality soy sauce, serving the community and gaining public confidence.“ As times changed, we have continued to develop new and innovative products, while maintaining our commitment to quality and service.
|Name||Kamada Foods International, Ltd.|
|Address||2-1-59 Irifunecho, Sakaide, Kagawa Prefecture 762-8602 JAPAN
|Branch Office||2-25-2 Nishi 20-jo Kita, Obihiro, Hokkaido
|Capital||10 million yen|
|Banks of Account||Hyakujushi Bank (Sakaide Branch)
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Takamatsu Branch)
The Obihiro Shinkin Bank (Central Branch)
|Main Businesses||Mail-order sales of soy sauce, other seasonings, etc.
Sale of agricultural and marine products Manufacturing and sale of deep groundwater
|Officers||President (Representative Director) / Takeo Kamada|
|Director / Shinko Kamada|
|No. of Employees||120|
|Affiliated Companies||Kamada Soy Sauce Inc.
Kamada Mushroom, Co., Ltd.