Edo Amamiso

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Local Specialties Edo Amamiso

Miso is a bean paste made from steamed and mashed soy beans along with salt and koji <rice malt>. It is highly preservable and is one of indispensable seasonings for Japanese cooking. Koji is made from wheat, beans or rice, depending on the regions, and Edo amamiso uses rice koji. Compared to salty kinds of miso such as Sendai miso and Shinshu miso, Edo amamiso contains a half of salt and twice of rice malt, which makes it very sweet. The period for ripening and preservation is also shorter.

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