There are hundreds of different soy sauces in Japan, including dozens of different soy sauces you can get from Kikkoman, Japan's (and the world's) biggest soy sauce maker who has been producing what is probably Japanese cuisine's most characteristic condiment for centuries. But the company's longest seller has been on the market for over 30 years: the Kikkoman Special Selection Marudaizu Soy Sauce.
Through a fermentation method it calls "maruyaka" (mellow), Kikkoman manages to squeeze all the taste and the rich aroma from the whole, unprocessed soybeans (marudaizu). The Kikkoman Special Selection Marudaizu Soy Sauce comes in a pack of 3 bottles to help bring out the best of your sushi, sashimi, or any other Japanese dish, and specially designed to keep the sauce fresh and uncontaminated by air. If you are serious about your Japanese cooking, you get almost 1.5 liters of the most popular soy sauce in Japan in one swift move!
Specs and Features:
- Contains 3 x 450 ml (6.7 fl oz) bottles
- Dimensions: 164 x 44 x 189 mm (6.4 x 1.7 x 7.4")
- Ingredients: non-genetically modified soybeans, wheat, salt
- Energy (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 14 kcal
- Protein (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 1.5 g (0.05 oz)
- Fats (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 0
- Carbohydrates (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 1.9 g (0.06 oz)
- Dietary fiber (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 0.1 g
- Sugar (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 1.8 g (0.06 oz)
- Salt equivalent (15 ml/0.5 fl oz): 2.4 g (0.08 oz)