AJIPON is a blend of citrus juice, vinegar and soy sauce that come together to create a seasoning with an exquisite flavor like no other.
This unique seasoning with a refreshing Japanese taste can be used as a dip or added to a wide range of dishes such as hot pots, grilled meat with grated radish, grilled fish, gyoza and chilled tofu.
Robust sensation of citrus with hints of soy sauce
Balance with ingredients with distinctive aromas
Simple arrangement in a wide variety of dishes with an understated aroma of citrus
Dip it, sprinkle it, splash it, pour it, stir fry with it … AJIPON can be used easily in any way to bring out the flavor of your food. AJIPON can also be used instead of soy sauce or dressing to make food taste great.
Long-seller on the market for over 50 years
AJIPON has the largest share of the market in the Japanese ponzu vinegar category.
Where does the word "ponzu" (vinegar) come from?
The origin of "AJIPON" lies in the Dutch word, "PONS", which means citrus juice. Citrus juice was added to vinegar (pronounced as "su" in Japanese), creating the word "PONzu". The addition of soy sauce led to the development of "AJItsuke PONzu", or "flavored ponzu vinegar" from which the name "AJIPON" was created.
Simple to make!
Ways to enjoy "Tabe-PON"! (Eating with AJIPON)
Tabe-PON is a series of dipping sauces for hot pots to which a lot of ingredients are added to AJIPON. AJIPON adds new layers of flavor and texture to ordinary hot pots, making food takes even more delicious and enjoyable! Tabe-PON are simple to make. Just add AJIPON to your favorite ingredients!
Prepare all different kinds of "Tabe-PON" ingredients!
Fill your plate with all of your favorite foods!
AJIPON creates delicious new tastes when mixed with hot pot ingredients!
Basics of using AJIPON in Japan
Shabu-shabu/Hot pots: AJIPON as a dipping sauce
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Where is AJIPON sold?
AJIPON is sold all around the world.