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sho·yu

 (shō′yo͞o)
n.
Soy sauce.

[Japanese shōyu; see soy.]

shoyu

(ˈʃəʊˌjuː)
n
(Cookery) a Japanese variety of soy sauce
[C18: Japanese]

sho•yu

(ˈʃoʊ yu)
n.
[1725–30; < Japanese shōyu]
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In the 1970s, local preference shifted to the larger fish of the deeps, above all ahi (yellowfin tuna), typically anointed with shoyu (Japanese soy sauce) instead of sea salt.
The 7 delicious varieties include: Shoyu Ah Poke, Wasabi Ahi Poke, Spicy Ahi Poke, Limu Ahi Poke, Albacore Tuna Poke, Sriracha Salmon Poke, and Garlic Shrimp Poke.
GEORGIA MUSHROOMS, SHOYU, ROSE GERANIUM For the shoyu: 900 grams wheat berries* soaked in water overnight 2 grams Koji spores 900 grams black beans, soaked in water overnight until soft* 500 grams distilled water 230 grams sea salt For the shoyu gel: 9 grams agar agar 300 grams shoyu 100 grams water 50 grams lime juice For the rose geranium sauce: 400 grams whey 7 grams sea salt 9 grams honey 10 grams shoyu 20 grams fresh rose geranium 2.
My favorite there is the Shoyu Ramen with extra tamago (egg), extra nori flakes, extra spring onions and extra bamboo shoots.
From December 7 - 9, chefs at the eatery will be serving Sapporo miso ramen and Sapporo shoyu ramen, supervised by master ramen chef Ishida, who will be flying in from Japan to launch this new addition to the Wokyo menu.
The practice was further refined by the wife of a Japanese warrior, who opened the first commercial shoyu (soy sauce) brewery.
Indulge in oys- ter tempura made with shallots and gari shoyu, oyster ponzu served with cucumber, shiso and ponzu and oyster yuzu served with green apple and yuzu-soya.
But despite being a small nation in the Far East, Japan had established a reputation overseas as being a nation rich in culture, for its highly meticulous and esthetic screen paintings, porcelain, and lacquerware that were sent overseas from Dejima in Nagasaki; its unique condiments such as shoyu (soy sauce) which is recorded in the purchases list of the French royal family; and ukiyoe prints, which were casually used as wrapping paper for exports from Japan such as porcelain.
Only one product in the company's 8-year history has earned a unanimous vote: Haku's Smoked Shoyu.
Diners are raving about the pickled daikon XO, pork meatballs, roast pork musubi and vegetarian shoyu ramen.
Rice n Simple is available in six varieties: J2smine Rice with Shoyu (Soy) Sauce; Jasmine Rice with Shiitake Mushroom Glaze; Jasmine Rice with Teriyaki Glaze; Brown Rice with Shoyu (Soy) Sauce; Brown Rice with Shiitake Mushroom Glaze; and Brown Rice with Teriyaki Glaze.