Kikubishio is the flagship series of soy sauce for Yamaroku and is aged the longest between 3-5 years. "Kiku" means "cchrysanthemum" and "Bishio" means "condiment". In Japan, cranes are regarded as auspicious birds and symbolize longevity. It is said the song of cranes can reach the heavens, and Yamaroku wants this soy sauce to be like the cranes which can reach the heavens and be known to everyone. Tsurubishio is characterized as having a rich mellow flavor and is recommended for use in sushi, sashimi, tofu, grilled fish and as a secret ingredient for original dishes. A unique use of Tusurubishio is putting it on top of vanilla ice cream which creates a very caramel like flavor. Adds a surprise twist for guests and customers at a restaurant. This soy sauce is made using the traditional and authentic method to ferment Japanese condiments since ancient times using Japanese wooden barrels called kioke. Due to modern mass production of soy sauce, only 1% of total soy sauce production in Japan uses this traditional method. Get a taste of Japanese history almost lost in modern times by trying and enjoying this classic condiment done right.
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Made In Japan Brewed And Aged For 4 Years With Ancient Method Of Using Kioke Wooden Barrels Characterized By Its Rich, Mellow Flavor Great As Dip For Sushi, Sashimi, Grilled Fish And As A Secret Ingredient For Dishes Unique Use With Vanilla Ice Cream Gives It A Caramel Flavor
Manufacturer: Yamaroku soy sauce
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