Natto Museum (Omitama City)
Natto – fermented soy beans – originates in Ibaraki and is eaten throughout Japan, often at breakfast time. This fermented product is known for its distinctive pungent smell and has recently made headlines overseas for its health properties.
The Natto Museum is attached to the Takano Foods factory, a famous natto manufacturer. Visitors can learn about the history of natto and famous episodes from the history of natto consumption in Japan, and discover other fermented soy bean products from around the world.
1542 Noda, Omitama City
By public transport: around 20 minutes by taxi from Ishioka Station on the JR Joban Line
HOURS09:30 - 16:00
CLOSEDClosed over the New Year Period (December 29th - January 3rd)