Japanese Style provides a brief introduction of Japanese food customs, etiquette and culinary techniques.
Vol. 32 No. 4
A wide range of salad dressings are marketed in Japan, but it was only in the late 1950s that Western-style dressings debuted here. In the late 1970s, wafu “Japanese-style” dressing was introduced, consisting of mainly soy sauce, vinegar and vegetable oil. This launched a variety of wafu dressings flavored with traditional ingredients targeting Japanese tastes...