Light Soy Sauce ”Kotobuki”

  • Dry
Sample Price $0.00 Free Sample +Shipping

* This is a sample product and may differ from the regular product and price.

[Sample weight] 300.0 ml
[Target country] Australia France Hong Kong Singapore United States Vietnam
[Available season] Year-Round
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Product No. 31
Target buyer Retail
Package for wholesale
Category Seasoning & Spices / Soy sauce
Perfecture of origin Kumamoto
Best before date 90 days
Storage temperature range Store in a well-ventilated place not exposed to direct sunlight
Certifications
Ingredients
  • Amino acid solution
  • Caramel colorings
  • Caramel colorings
  • Condiments (amino acid etc.)
  • Defatted soybea
  • Sugar mixture fructose corn syrup
  • Main ingredients
  • Amino acid solution
  • Condiments (amino acid etc.)
  • Defatted soybea
  • Sugar mixture fructose corn syrup
  • Allergy components
  • wheat
  • soy
  • Trading Information

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    [Producer / Wholesaler] Midoriya Honten
    [Location] Kumamoto

    Feature
    The light soy sauce (Kotobuki) was developed to add a little savory boost to the raw ingredients without changing the overall taste, as requested by our customers. We created Kotobuki as a light but sweet soy sauce, which is a new genre in the market. Both Murasaki and Kotobuki are our best selling items in the company.
    Use scene
    For Kotobuki, we recommend soaking cucumber chunks in our Kotobuki soy sauce for 20 to 30 minutes, to make pickled cucumbers. In Japan, we usually use dark soy sauce for sashimi, whereas in most countries in Asia, light soy sauce is preferred. Since our Kotobuki soy sauce is a fusion of sweet yet light soy sauce, we recommend serving them for tourists who come from other parts of Asia who prefer light soy sauce.
    Producer's comment
    We are located in Hitoyoshi of Kumamoto Prefecture in Kyushu, where the Kumagawa clear stream flows through the rich nature. Our founder loves the region and the people, and wanted to deliver happiness and quality of life to the locals through Japanese traditional condiments such as soy sauce and miso. That was how we began. The seasonal word for our founding month (May) is “midori” (green in Japanese), Thus, our founder, who is a poet, named our company Midori-ya (ya means company in Japanese). The brand names for our soy sauce items are also taken from poems that our founder loved. Our brand mark logo is a young warrior riding on a white horse, which is a symbolic image from the poem.
    Formality
    Midoriya Honten is a miso and soy sauce manufacturing factory established by the founder who loves the nature and personality of locality of Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture in Kyushu, hoping that local people can enjoy a healthy and rich food by manufacturing soy sauce and miso which are traditional seasonings and ingredients in Japan.