Shiro shoyu, or white soy sauce is one of the main types of shoyu in Japan. It is characterized by its light amber-like color and high ratio of wheat to soybeans. It is a shoyu that is local to Aichi prefecture, and is commonly used to season soups or dishes where preserving the original color is important.
Hichifuku Jyozo is a shiro shoyu (white soy sauce) and shiro dashi producer based in Aichi Prefecture in Western Japan that specializes in producing organic white soy sauce and shirodashi. They are the only certified organic JAS-certified shiro shoyu maker in Japan that uses organic wheat and organic soybeans as the main ingredients in their shiro shoyu.
Hichifuku has not only perfected an organic white soy sauce that is light in color and rich in flavor, but they have also managed to stick to soy sauce classifications by using real and organic soybeans in their shiro shoyu.
This white soy sauce is made with carefully selected Japanese domestic ingredients to ensure high-quality. Then it has been brewed 2-3 times to bring out all the umami taste and finally naturally squeezed without pressing in order to just collect the best drops. It has a rich umami flavor, yet is not overpowering. It is a great soy sauce option to use in soups and stews, or dishes where you want to keep the original color.
- The only organic JAS-certified Japanese white soy sauce that uses organic soybeans and wheat.
- All made with Japanese domestic ingredients.
- Certified organic soy sauce free of preservatives.
- Twice-brewed and naturally squeezed.
Simply add an appropriate amount of this shiro shoyu any dish you would use soy sauce in. Keep in mind that it will not alter the color of your dishes.
It is an ideal seasoning to use for seasoning soups and chawanmushi. But it can also be used in marinades, sauces, salad dressings, or however you like.
Try adding even just a teaspoon in any dish to add extra umami flavor!
- Net contents: 300ml
- Ingredients: Japanese organic wheat, salt, organic soybeans, alcohol
- Potential allergens: Wheat, soybeans
- Manufacturer name: Hichifuku Jyozo Co., Ltd.
- Note: Please refrigerate after opening.
- Made in Japan