The Yamasa Tempura Dipping Sauce we got came in a 330ml plastic bottle
for around PHP140, which is roughly as much as a can of soda. Nothing
really fancy about the packaging; there’s a picture of tempura shrimps
on the label which helps if you can’t read Japanese characters,
because there are a lot other Yamasa sauces which come in
similar-looking bottles. Just pop the cap and pull out the tab to use.
when pouring as it has a watery consistency and not syrupy,
as a tempura sauce should. Lock the cap back on and then refrigerate
when you’re done using.
I can only compare this to tempura sauces I’ve tasted in most Japanese
fast foods and I can say it is pretty good, if not better. Most of the
sauces I’ve tasted are generally sweet-ish and watery, while this one
is a bit saltier and has a faint ...