05.17.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
We have simplified the traditional recipe of making “Cha-Shu” so you can easily make this dish at home! Every pork lover will enjoy this dish! The soft and juicy Chinese-style roasted pork tastes ...
04.20.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
These wings make a great appetizer or a dish for parties. The seared bananas go well with the teriyaki chicken by adding sweetness to the dish. The YAMASA Teriyaki Sauce creates a nice sweet & tangy f...
03.16.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
The sweet fragrance of Organic Gluten Free Tamari soy sauce and the kick from the Wasabi makes a superb dressing that brings out the full taste of seafood.
You can use Regular soy sauce or Less Salt ...
02.14.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
Add a little twist to your tofu dish with this sweet and sour recipe. The sourness of the balsamic vinegar and the sweet flavor of the “LESS SALT SOY SAUCE” harmonize to create a flavorful tofu di...
01.18.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month
"Ceviche" is a dish that combines seafood with avocado, onion, and herbs. This recipe uses Yamasa soy sauce to add more of a Japanese taste as well as grapefruit to bring refreshing flavors to the whi...
12.15.2016 | Category, Recipe of the Month
This dish is perfect for parties, and easy to grab as finger food. You can also arrange the taste as you like, such as adding hot sauce.
11.15.2016 | Category, Recipe of the Month
The aroma of sesame seeds and garlic matches well with "KOMBU TSUYU". Enjoy the dish either warm or cold.
10.13.2016 | Category, Recipe of the Month
This dish can be served as a gorgeous appetizer salad. You normally combine dressing with pumpkin when making a pumpkin salad, but this recipe, the sauce is poured over the salad when serving, for a b...
09.14.2016 | Category, Recipe of the Month
Enjoy roast chicken with a Japanese twist. With our "Teriyaki Sauce", you can make a delicious sweet flavored roast chicken at home!
We produce the very best soy sauce in our state-of-the-art plant, but brewing processes remains the same as in 1645.
YAMASA soy sauce has been preferred among the majority of high-end Japanese restaurants, sushi, and kabayaki-eel restaurants.