Isogaba maware is a Japanese axiom that translates into “Make Haste Slowly.” It means to advance and grow, but to do so with tremendous thought and care. From its meticulous six-month natural brewing process to a heritage dating back to feudal Japan, Kikkoman has exemplified this philosophy since its humble beginnings in the seventeenth century. Film crews recently traveled to Walworth, Wisconsin, and Noda, Japan, to bring the story of Kikkoman’s rich family heritage to life. Directed by Academy Award nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker, Make Haste Slowly: The Kikkoman Creed premieres December 23.
We had a blast touring the country with the American Heart Association, showing Americans how to reduce sodium in their diets with Kikkoman Ponzu. With only 120 mg of sodium per tablespoon (compared to 2,325 mg found in table salt) Kikkoman Ponzu is a great and delicious solution for people looking for ways to cut sodium from their diets. Click here to download our tips for reducing sodium in the kitchen.
Bienes Noticias means Good News! Now you can discover Kikkoman in Spanish! We are very proud to announce the unveiling of our new Hispanic web section–click here to check it out. We’ll be updating it frequently with popular recipes and cooking tips for using Kikkoman in the kitchen.
Kikkoman is proud to support the Wounded Warriors Project: Believe in Heroes. Kikkoman helped the organization reach its recent fundraising goal to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members. Click here to learn more: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/.
Every wonder what the history of noodles are? Or what kinds of sandwiches people eat around the world, or perhaps how to grill the perfect steak? Then we’ve got the place for you—the Kikkoman Kitchen blog—where all your culinary curiosities will be satisfied! We’re sharing our favorite tips and techniques, recipes and foodie information from history to trends. Check it out today!