Meet the producer


An oil for Japanese made by the Japanese in Japan.

Olive Division, Yamasan Shoyu Co., Ltd.
(Setouchi Bio Farm)

Group photo in front of an olive tree
Olive tree and people
Manufacturing process

"I don't want to insist on technology. I want you to buy a heart.
Because I think that customers buy hearts too. "

Three men in their 30s united with the spirit of "doing it!" And in 3 succeeded in producing Japan's first "organic JAS certified" olive oil. I decided to become organic because I became a junior sommelier of the Japan Olive Oil Sommelier Association and tasted oils from all over the world. When I learned about the gem of the world, I was convinced that facing the Japanese climate without resorting to pesticides and chemical fertilizers would be the taste of Japanese taste, so I made it through trial and error.

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Organic extra virgin olive oil
Product photo
By facing the Japanese soil without the help of pesticides, he created a plump flavor that matches the taste of the Japanese people.
Olive pickled
Product photo
We use carefully selected fruits (even 1% are selected, even if they are excellent agricultural products shipped by agricultural cooperatives). Because the salt water is XNUMX%, you can use it without removing salt.

The fragrance and taste that make you feel the strength of the earth. Spreading over white boiled dishes such as dried radish and Takano tofu brings out the delicate ingredients. "Organic extra virgin olive oil"

142 Magikko, Shodoshima-cho, Shozu-gun
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Kagawa olive oil quality labeling system
Certified business
Cultivation area
About 5ha
Olive oil flavor
  • Medium (medium)
  • OLIVE JAPAN 2013 Gold Medal
  • Kagawa Prefecture Olive Oil Fair 29 Shodoshima Mayor's Award
Visit / Experience possible
  • Olive oil
  • New pickles
  • Processed goods
  • Cosmetics
  • Mission
  • Lucca
Sales outlet
  • Direct sales (stand / Web shop)
  • Shodoshima Olive Park (Shodo-gun, Kagawa Prefecture)
  • Setouchi Shunsaikan (Minato-ku, Tokyo) etc.