Preserving The Traditional Way Of Creating Japanese Soy Sauce

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Japanese soy sauce was traditionally brewed in hand-woven bamboo vats in a process dating back to the 7th century. But as factories and industrialization took over, the old ways were phased out. Yasuo Yamaroku (ヤマロク醤油) and his family are preserving this ancient art, creating a soy sauce to rival anything you'll find at the supermarket. Let's have a taste.

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Documentaries
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Japan, Food
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