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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."

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 …

Miyata Brand launches new Bottle design 150ml. The Finest Premium Soy Sauce.

Miyata Brand launches new Bottle design 150ml. The Finest Premium Soy Sauce.

Soy sauce and a homemade substitute that works quite well for people with an allergy to soy protein.

Dear Eric: What can I use instead of soy sauce? Many recipes I want to use call for this ingredient and I can't ingest soy proteins.

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.

Juicy and tender chicken glazed in a flavorful homemade sauce, this classic Chicken Teriyaki prepared in the authentic Japanese cooking method will be on your dinner routine. No bottled teriyaki sauce needed! #chickenrecipes #chickenteriyaki #teriyakichicken | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Soy sauce is the most basic condiment in Japanese cooking. It's made of soybeans, wheat, and salt and is an umami-rich ingredient.