Soothing music is coming from the kitchen.
This is the harmony of cooking with Kikkoman Soy Sauce.
Connecting everything - ingredients, flavors,
and people gathering to share a meal.

  • Popular Authentic Japanese Meals

    Today washoku (Japanese food) is enjoyed worldwide, and it is soy sauce that is the deciding factor for its flavoring. Tempura and sushi are thought to have become popular during the Edo period (1603 - 1867), and since then, Kikkoman Soy Sauce has underpinned the deliciousness of Japanese food for centuries. Various foods in Japan are still evolving, while both flexibly incorporating the food cultures of other countries and preserving Japanese traditions.

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  • Easy Seasoning, Simply Soy Sauce

    The five basic flavors are known to be sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami (savory). Kikkoman Soy Sauce contains all of these - a complete harmony in just one bottle. That is why soy sauce can season a dish all by itself. It is almost like a magic potion that can create deliciousness.

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  • Secret Ingredient for a Richer Flavor

    Kikkoman Soy Sauce plays an excellent supporting role. When pre-seasoning for a mild umami flavor or preparing stewed dishes, it shines in the role of uniting flavors together. It is also a wondrous seasoning that brings out the flavors of other ingredients.

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  • New Flavors Created
    with Other Seasonings

    Mix Kikkoman Soy Sauce into a familiar seasoning for you, such as olive oil or mayonnaise, and drizzle this onto vegetables and meat. Depending on what seasoning you add it to, the flavor possibilities are endless. Adventurously mix Kikkoman Soy Sauce into your chosen seasonings as well, to discover your preferred “new deliciousness.”

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