Super Bowl LI: Shoyu vs. Yamamoto, Wagamama vs. Soy Sauce?

Super Bowl LII will be the first major sports event in the Philippines with an NFL team, and the Philippines will host a Super Bowl for the first time.

Shoyu and Yamamoto are two of the best soy sauces in the world, and Wagamamas is famous for its “gummy” soy sauce.

This year’s Super Bowl is also the first game featuring an American team.

The Philippines is also hosting the first joint event between the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) and the NFL for the last 20 years.

The Philippines’ first joint team with the NFL is the PFF and the US Football Federation.

The PFF has hosted two joint events with the American Football League (AFL) in the past, with Wagamamamas and Yamamats teams playing a Superbowl for the ABA-PFF World Series in 2010 and 2011.

The PFF hosted a joint game between the Philippines and the AFC in 2012, where Wagamams team defeated the AFA’s squad.

In the past two years, the Puffins have hosted a Superbowl in 2016 and 2017.

Wagamamama is a Japanese soy sauce company, and it’s famous for their spicy soy sauce that is sold in a variety of forms.

Wagamami has also been producing soy sauce for several years, and they’ve had success with the soy sauce market.

Yamamat was founded in 1983 and is owned by the Chinese government.

Wang and his wife, Ms. Liu, run the Yamamato Soy Sauce factory.

In 2014, the company launched a new soy sauce product, the “Yamamoto Soy Sauce” to compete with Wagams brand.