Kimlan Soy Sauce is established over 60 years ago and has become one of the most iconic soy sauce brand. In fact, the corporate development of Kimlan is the witness of how soy sauce has progressed from ancient to contemporary. Exhibits in Kimlan Soy Sauce Museum are arranged chronologically to introduce the history of Kimlan, soy sauce production process and industrial changes since the Japanese colonial period. The museum not only informs visitors of how Kimlan incorporates the core value of sustainability into its business motive but also successfully incorporates innovation with a vigorous spirit which makes it different from any traditional museum. No matter how the outside world has evolved, quality is of utmost importance. Moreover, the museum aspires to contribute to the society by spreading knowledge and good will. Consumers know Kimlan’s merits for its longstanding brand which not only passes down experience but also constantly seeks improvement on the basis of tradition.
Soy sauce plays a vital role in Taiwanese cuisines and Hokkien cooking. Different seasoning techniques with soy sauce create abundant flavors. Visitors to the museum can try DIY soy sauce with zero preservative. Pulp generated in the process of soy sauce making is used to make amino acid soap. The making of the soap is interesting and mind-blowing that it will reverse your thoughts about pulps! Kimlan White Amazake is fermented rice made with natural enzyme which is extremely nutritious, delicious and widely favored by females. In addition, the museum invites visitors and kids to pick up coloring pens and decorate Kimlan soy sauce bottles with ornaments. The detailed museum guide and fun DIY activities are definitely worth the visit!