Did you know there's a proper way to eat sushi that doesn't involve completely soaking the rice in soy sauce? You're only supposed to dip the fish, which can be tricky if you're not skilled with a set of chopsticks. So Fukuma, a Japanese soy sauce manufacturer, is now packaging the salty brown side in tiny spray bottles so you can perfectly spritz your sushi.
Not only does the spray bottle approach make it easier to add subtle additional flavour to your sushi, it also helps cut down on waste. Because I doubt any of us down that remaining bowl of soy sauce at a sushi restaurant like we did with the leftover milk in our cereal bowls as kids. There's no word on if or when Fukuma's sprayable soy sauce will be available outside of Japan, but until it is just buy a small spray bottle and put soy sauce in it. [Fukuma via RocketNews24 via FoodBeast]