Sharing its sauce with the world

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  • Tuesday, 02 Apr 2019

Yasunari (left), Kuma (fourth from left), Dr Fung (fifth from left), Saw (third from right) along with Kumamoto government officials and key executives from Fung Group and Heritage Foods Group during the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark Hamada’s 200th anniversary and the inauguration of its newly renovated factory.

SOY sauce ice cream, yuzu dressing, ponzu sauce and premium XO sauce — these are just some of the unique creations made by soy sauce brew master Hironari Hamada of Hamada Shoyu Co. Ltd.

Together with his brother and the company’s honorary chairman Yasunari, 55, the siblings form the seventh generation of a 200-year-old Japanese soy sauce manufacturer based in Kumamoto city in Kyushu, Japan.

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