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うすくち龍野醤油資料館(兵庫県たつの市)の原料処理場
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兵庫県たつの市にあるうすくち龍野醤油資料館内、原料処理場で撮影したパノラマです。

薄口醤油の原材料である大豆を炊き、小麦を炒り、米を炊くための設備です。

水は井戸からくみ上げた地下水を使用していたそうです。

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送信日: 02/11/2012
更新日: 25/04/2014
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