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Shoyu is simply the Japanese word for soy sauce, and generally refers to the kind commonly used for cooking and as a dipping sauce. The main soy sauce ingredients include soybeans, wheat, salt, and water. The all-purpose soy sauce that is commonly found in supermarkets is a thin, brown liquid made by using a fermenting method known as honjozo in Japanese. In this process, soybeans and wheat are mixed together before mold spores known as koji are added to begin the fermentation process.
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In our last article about the topic we exposed the importance of sun protection and how Japanese sunscreens help better protect from uv damage. Now If you are wondering which Japanese sunscreens to try this summer you should definitely check out this list of most popular sunscreens.

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Hoshigaki, or dried persimmons as we know them in English, are a popular seasonal Japanese snack food made primarily during the autumn months when you can spot persimmon trees laden with their brightly colored orange fruits throughout the country and in supermarkets. Originally from China, persimmons, known as kaki in Japanese, are commonly found in Japan and Korea and make for a sweet, natural snack in their dried form. In Japan, hoshigaki are said to bring good luck and are often eaten on New Year’s Day in a custom known as Hagatame in Japanese.

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