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Soy sauce bottle

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Debuting in 1961 from a Hiroshima survivor, the Kikkoman soy sauce bottle is said to have helped "timeless Japanese design values — elegance, simplicity and supreme functionality — infiltrate kitchens around the world."

Debuting in 1961 from a Hiroshima survivor, the Kikkoman soy sauce bottle is said to have helped "timeless Japanese design values — elegance, simplicity and supreme functionality — infiltrate kitchens around the world."

Meet the Soy Sauce Family and Its Cousins Tamari and Kecap Manis — Ingredient Intelligence

It’s hard to imagine any condiment shelf without a bottle of soy sauce — this intense sauce gives instant rich flavor to stir-fries, enhances sushi, and can add a quick punch of flavor to sauces and soups. But there are so many types of soy sauce out there it can be a bit confusing. Here’s our guide to the most common types of soy sauce and other sauces that are in the same family!

Now You Can Buy Momofuku Soy Sauce and Tamari | Dieline - Design, Branding & Packaging Inspiration

We love the labels on the new Momofuku soy sauce and tamari, an absolute must-have for kitchen nerds and fans of David Chang.

kenji ekuan, designer of the kikkoman soy bottle passes away at 85 - designboom | architecture

as founder of the GK industrial design group, kenji ekuan's diverse design portfolio spanned from the iconic kikkoman soy sauce bottle to the narita express train system.

Adam McEwen - Soy Sauce Artspace

Soy Sauce, by Adam McEwen. Adam McEwen’s work resides somewhere between the celebratory and funereal. After writing obituaries …

Discover the differences between light, dark, and thick soy sauce and how they are used in Chinese cooking.

Discover the differences between light, dark, and thick soy sauce and how they are used in Chinese cooking.