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...
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Recipe of the Month: September, 2017 – Red & White Sashimi Bowl

09.15.2017 | Category, Recipe of the Month

A Colorful dish that speaks for itself! It’s a very simple dish to make as well! Simply top the steamed sushi rice with your favorite "Sashimi" (raw fish) in Japanese festive colors: red and white. ...
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Recipe of the Month: Jan, 2017 – Japanese-style Snapper & Grapefruit Ceviche

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...
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“Toshikoshi-Soba” , Japanese traditional behavior on New Year’s eve.

12.29.2016 | Category, Where is Mr. Yamasa Dispenser?

Japanese people eat “Soba” buckwheat noodles on New Year’s eve, for traditional custom. “Toshikoshi” means seeing the old year out and the New Year in. Shape of “Soba” associate with ...
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Japanese ‘kaiten’ (conveyor belt) sushi from London, UK

12.16.2016 | Category, Where is Mr. Yamasa Dispenser?

YO! Sushi is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant that started in Soho, UK in 1997. The conveyor belt carries various sushi plates and each plate has different colors to indicate their pricing. ...
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Ubon Thai Kitchen

10.19.2016 | Category, Where is Mr. Yamasa Dispenser?

Hi guys! I'm Mr. Yamasa Dispenser! I am a key charm of my bigger brother and starting from today, I will be going on a food adventure! Follow me through my journey! on Facebook page "Yam...
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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.