Prefecture:Iwate Producer:Yagisawa Shoten Ingredients:Soy sauce (from Iwate Prefecture), unrefined cane sugar (from Kagoshima Prefecture), hon mirin (true/genuine mirin from Gifu Prefecture) (includes soy and wheat) Vegan, Dairy-free Size:200ml Storage:Refrigerate after opening.
There’s nothing more comforting than donburi (rice bowl). Donburi(from the word “don” which refers to the large bowl the dish is served in), are a complete and satisfying meal served in one delicious bowl. The ingredients are flexible, leading to unique regional and homemade varieties.
This donburi sauce has a thick texture, soft sweetness and tastes just like what Japanese grandmothers (obaachans) would make. It combines three simple ingredients: soy sauce using white-grain soybean from Iwate Prefecture, unrefined cane sugar from Kagoshima Prefecture and hon (true/genuine) mirin from Gifu Prefecture.
Our producer, Yagisawa Shoten, is located in Iwate Prefecture, a large prefecture on the northeastern coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu, an area severely damaged by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. In a single moment, the earthquake completely destroyed Yagisawa Shoten’s two factories and in the end, they were left with only two trucks. With a strong commitment to reviving their livelihood, the company rebuilt and is now able to continue producing their homemade products.
Suggested uses:Try using 2tbsp in our Oyakodon (Chicken and Egg Bowl) recipe instead of the soy sauce, sugar and mirin or use any ingredients you have on hand to create your own homemade donburi (rice bowl). Can also be used in traditional Japanese dishes such as nimono (simmered vegetable and seafood), kakuni (braised pork), kinpira gobo (braised carrots and burdock), or as a substitute in recipes for soy sauce, sugar and mirin.
DISCLAIMER: We provide ingredients and common allergens based on the packaging as a reference only. Please consume with caution based on your own individual health concerns as we cannot guarantee the presence or lack of certain ingredients, allergens and/or animal products.
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