Variety of dishes, full-flavored with
Takumi Aji® Shoyu I Pun

<b>Variety of dishes, full-flavored with <br/>Takumi Aji® Shoyu I Pun</b>

When talking about the main ingredient of Japanese kitchen, Shoyu usually comes first to mind. Japanese dishes always include Shoyu in its ingredients. This is because it possesses a salty flavor with an aroma from soy beans that does not only urge the appetite but also covers the smell of various sorts of raw meat very well.