Liu Biju Peking Food Co., Ltd.
|Headquarters||3 Niangshi Jie, Qianmen, Dongcheng District,|
Liubiju is the oldest Beijing's sauce garden, the first written record is from 1530, in Chinese eras it is Ming Dynasty Jiajing Emperor's ninth year. A regular business started in Kangxi Emperor years of the Qing Dynasty, 1654 - 1722. Liubuju is well known for its sauce (yellow soybean paste and sweet soy sauce) and pickles.
History and legend
The most recognized story about the shop origin is that it was founded by 3 brothers from Linfen city in Shanxi province of the North China. Zhao Cunren, Zhao Cunyi and Zhao Cunli ran a small shop with daily necessities (as the saying: "Open the door to seven things: wood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, tea.")
- "Liubiju Pickle and Sauce Shop". 9 May 2016. Retrieved 10 March 2017.
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