10.31.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips
Is Yamasa soy sauce pasteurized?
Yes all soy sauce made right here in the US are pasteurized. The reason for the pasteurization is to stop the fermentation process from continuing after it has been b...
10.21.2017 | Category, Where is Mr. Yamasa Dispenser?
Recipe of the Month: October, 2017 – Easy-to-Eat Japanese Pumpkin Sticks with Garlic Butter Soy Sauce
10.16.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
A side dish that anyone can enjoy. This dish consists of Japanese pumpkin cut into easy-to-eat sticks infused with butter, soy sauce, and garlic. By using Yamasa “Regular soy sauce,” the vivid col...
10.09.2017 | Category, YAMASA Soy Sauce Tips
Regular soy sauce (Koikuchi):
The most general type. Deep umami and savory flavor can be used general-purpose condiment, usable in cooking or at table. Since Sashimi soy sauce and Less Salt soy sauce...
We produce the very best soy sauce in our state-of-the-art plant, but brewing processes remain the same as in 1645.
YAMASA soy sauce has been preferred among the majority of high-end Japanese restaurants, sushi, and kabayaki-eel restaurants.