How to Stock a Japanese Pantry: 13 Indispensable Ingredients

If you have more than beer and old takeout in your refrigerator, you probably have a bottle of soy sauce in your cupboard. But that doesn’t mean navigating the Japanese grocery is a walk in the park—between kanji-only packaging, uneven labeling, and rows of unfamiliar condiments, it’s the paradox of choice in seaweed-and-rice form. Here are the core items you want on your shelf.

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