Traditional soybean soy sauce that continues to be built since the Edo period became a powder type soy sauce. As a substitute for soy sauce, of course, you can use it as a substitute for various seasonings such as salt, pepper and dressing. Instead of soy sauce, sushi sashimi, tofu, fried eggs, tempura, fried chicken and yakitori; as a salad dressing. Excellent compatibility with sweets such as ice cream. Lunch box, travel, perfect for accompanying BBQ! Focused on those who are not good at fish and vegetarians, reduced salt soy sauce powder.