Our company originally started out in the Meiji period, was incorporated as Maruta Foods Co.,Ltd. in 1971. In the spirit of the time, in July 2017, the company name was changed to Maruta Sugiyo Co.,Ltd., which added a fresh start to our journey.
We have been striving to create and offer new products to fit the society’s needs of the time.
However, these days, the society’s needs have been diverse and changing so quickly.
In the time like this, we believe it is essential for us not only to understand the new trends in the existing fields, but also to try exploring new fields and offer new values to the current world with diverse needs.
With courage and confidence, while coping with all the changes in the society, we will continue to strive to create a new history.
We deliver joy of eating delicious foods to our customers in Japan and overseas, through the local food culture, by offering better and more available food products.
A food company to create Smiles and Joy of eating
Health is the great happiness
Full effort is full victory
|Company Name||Maruta Sugiyo Co.,Ltd.|
|President||Representative Director and President
|Sales Area||We have a sales network across Japan from Hokkaido to Kyushu with Niigata and Tokyo as the vertical axis.
A nationwide chilled transportation network with its hub located in Niigata.
|Major Business Offices||Tokyo, Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, Kanazawa|
|Branch Offices||Akita, Okayama, Fukuoka|
|Affiliated Companies||Sugiyo Co., Ltd.
10-4-1, Nishi-Mishita-cho, Nanao-shi,
|Head Office||134-4 Taishido, Kita-ku, Niigata-shi, Niigata 950-3365, Japan|
|Fiscal Year-End||June 30|
|Production Items||Processed food products of herring roe, horseradish and vegetables pickled in sake lees (such as Kazunoko Wasabi or Herring roe & horseradish)
Processed food products of soy-sauce-marinated roes (such as herring roe, smelt roe)
Processed food products of seafood pickled in vinegar
Processed food products of tsukudani (fish and seaweed boiled in soy sauce), such as kobumaki (kelp roll)
Processed food products of vegetable and seafood with soy sauce
Soy sauce, Seasonings, and other sauce
The seafood comes from MSC certified fisheries practicing sustainable fishing.
Built on aging
until now and in the future.
In 1873, we started brewing soy sauce in Kosudo, Akiha-ku, Niigata City.
We continue to make soy sauce by squeezing Moromi (sake mash) prepared from Shoyu-koji (a fermented mixture of soy sauce and koji rice spore) using a traditional technique that has been passed down since our establishment.
Currently, we are utilizing the technology we have cultivated over many years of soy sauce brewing to produce many delicacies that go well with rice and sake.
Even for delicacy products, the aging process is essential.
For example, it requires great fermentation skills when it comes to fermenting sake lees, which is the decisive factor for the flavor of our main product, “Kazunoko Wasabi (Herring roe & horseradish).”
As the ingredients need to mature to increase the depth of taste, we have improved our technology and knowledge over a long period of time, continuing to make efforts to meet the needs of society at that time.
We will continue to develop products tailored to the needs of the times based on traditional techniques to support Japanese food culture and promote Niigata food, including rice and sake.
Soy Sauce series
made by the technique cultivated in history.
For more than 145 years since its establishment, we have been carefully prepared soy sauce with the excellent balance of color, taste and aroma. This soy sauce represents our company and it can be used in a wide range of dishes.
Also recommend making a salad dressing Mix olive oil and this soy sauce.
Tare-Katsudon no Tare (Tare-Katsudon Sauce)
Zarame (granulated sugar) is used to add sweetness that perfectly matches soy sauce. Enjoy our flavorful “Tare-Katsudon no Tare.”
Zarame (granulated sugar), as well as white superior sugar, adds sweetness and flavor to the sauce.
In Niigata dialect “baka (crazy)” means "very." This product is named "Baka Unmee Tare-Katsudon no Tare," meaning "Crazy Delicious Tare-Katsudon Sauce."
This simple dish of rice with grazed cutlets has a unique taste of Niigata Prefecture.
* Or, you can also buy fried pork fillet cutlets
As an alternative, you can pour small amount of graze over rice before placing cutlets.
Tare-Katsu Onigiri (Tare-Katsu Rice ball)
Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice Ball)
Fermented food series
over 145 years since its establishment.
A concentrated type product that you can enjoy by thinning it in hot or cold water.
The subtle sweetness comes from glucose produced by breaking down starch from rice. Ama-koji can be used as a sweetener for various menus including sweets.
Shi-koji can be used regardless of the ingredients such as meat, fish or vegetables and the cooking methods such as Japanese, Western or Chinese.
The simple seasonings of the koji and salt enhance the deliciousness of the ingredients.
Ama-koji Ice Cream
Top it with whipped cream, nuts of your choice, rum-soaked raisins and serve.
Cold Pasta with Tomato and Ama-koji
Toss with Shio-koji and serve.
Stir-Fried Vegetables with Shio-koji
Stir in cut vegetable and the rest of Shio-koji, stir-fry and serve.
For inquiries from outside of Japan
Thank you in advance for your kind understanding.
2-15-13 Miya-machi, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-0023
1-3-1, 1-jo, 24-ken, Nishi-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido 063-0801
4-7-8 Oroshi-machi, Wakabayashi-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi 984-0015
4-14-1 Sainen, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-0024
1-19-14 Kanayama-cho, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 456-0002
1-12-10 Esaka-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka 564-0063