Grilled Rice Ball in Flavorful Dashi Broth
Omusubi, a rice ball, is a favorite of everyone in Japan. In this recipe the cooked rice is flavored with sweetened shoyu (soy sauce) sauce and then made into the typical triangular shaped rice ball.
Onion and Cabbage Miso Soup
Early spring tender cabbage and onions produce soothing and satisfying sweet flavor in this simple daily, nourishing miso soup.
Crisp Flavorful Thick Cut French Fries
Kayanoya Original Vegetable Stock Powder makes classic French fry flavor more intense and enjoyable.
Rice with Chicken, Carrot and Shimeji Mushroom
This dish is called takikomi-gohan. In this very popular dish form Japan rice is cooked with several ingredients in a fully flavored stock.
The Kayanoya brand originated with a soy sauce manufacturer that was established in 1893.
Soy sauce is a traditional seasoning that has been handed down in Japan since time immemorial.
In order to better showcase the wisdom and technique behind this seasoning, we started a natural food restaurant called Kayanoya. These flavors gave birth to the Kayanoya brand products.
Carrying on the legacy of Japan's magnificent food culture shaped by the country's unique history and natural features,
Kayanoya has developed a variety of seasonings and food products with the goal of sharing this legacy with future generations.