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Produced by a long established brewery Ito Shoten. Denemon tamari sauce is a product of this warehouse along with Denemon miso. The appealing point of this product is its natural umami taste. With just a small amount, you can already savor the deliciousness of this sauce. Ypu can use this tamari sauce for boiled food, fried rice, or teriyaki.
Using local soybeans of Anjo City and salt from Seto City, this sauce is matured for three years in a large cedar vat that has been used since the Bunsei Age.
After two summers, the moromi mash will have liquid runoff and ready to be squeezed out.
This tamari sauce is made without additives, so you can safely use it to add umami flavor to your cooking.
Namahiki : Namahiki Tamari Sauce is a type of tamari sauce that is collected purely from the liquid runoff of miso production. Today, tamari sauce is extracted not only from the liquid runoff (like in the olden days) but also through the process of squeezing the soy paste (moromi). Because namahiki tamari sauce is exclusively collected from the liquid runoff, the price differs from regular tamari sauce. Namahiki tamari sauce is also left unpasteurized so the yeast is still active. Click here for more info on Tamari Sauce.
Tamari Soy Sauce (pure brew)
Keep in a cool dark place, refrigerate after opening
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