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Shiba Soy Sauce Dish

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In Japan, soy sauce dishes are found in every home and every restaurant, and some have beautiful designs, while others have cute 3D designs! This soy sauce dish has a picture of Japan’s national dog, the Shiba Inu. Just add soy sauce to the dish, and the picture comes alive.