Tanya Basu

Editorial, The Atlantic

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Tanya Basu is an editorial fellow with The Atlantic.

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Japanese designer Kenji Ekuan died this week. He was the man who created Kikkoman's iconic soy sauce bottles with the wide bottoms and the red cap.

The History of a Messy Soy Sauce Package

Japanese designer Kenji Ekuan died this week. He was the man who created Kikkoman's iconic soy sauce bottles with the wide bottoms and the red cap.

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