2019 was the last year of the Heisei period - as the reign of Emperor Akihito is known - but it was also the 150th anniversary of Fundodai, one of the country's premier soy sauce makers. To celebrate the double anniversary, the company has created this Fundodai End of Heisei Era Sweet Soy Sauce, a special sauce with a special label - and a special taste!
The recipe for Fundodai End of Heisei Era Sweet Soy Sauce uses red sake and soybeans from the island of Kyushu as well as a special refined sugar called wasanbon from the island of Shikoku for extra sweetness. The result, wrapped in the bottle's elegant black and gold label, is amazing and tastes nothing like the usual soy sauce you can get in any supermarket. If you want a soy sauce that makes your sushi or sashimi ten times better, while at the same time celebrating the last 30 years of Japanese history, look no further!
The Fundodai End of Heisei Era Sweet Soy Sauce features:
- 2-bottle set (100 ml, 3.4 fl oz each)
- Dimensions: 13 x 9 x 4 cm (5.1 x 3.5 x 1.5")
- Energy (100 ml): 146 kcal
- Protein (100 ml): 9.4 g (0.33 oz)
- Fat (100 ml): 0 g
- Carbohydrates (100 ml): 26.4 g (0.9 oz)
- Salt equivalent (100 ml): 15 g (0.5 oz)
- Ingredients: Kyushu soybeans, Kyushu wheat, salt, refined sugar, Kumamoto red sake