Foodies - Lifestyle
Yamaroku: Preserving the Flavors of the Past
Torii gates, sushi, manga, and Mount Fuji are just some of the many things that immediately shout “Japan!” at anyone who will listen. And yet another one of these intensely Japanese signals, though perhaps more subtle, is the humble bottle of soy-sauce. And while shared across the culinary landscape of East Asian, it is perhaps right here in this place we call Shikoku that the finest examples of the condiment can be found.