Teriyaki is likely one of the most favorite Japanese foods which have trailed off to the western world and gained a substantial popularity. The subtle sweetness in the sauce and a nice glossy brown shine is in fact a simple combination of just soy sauce, mirin (rice wine with higher sugar content) and sake. The mirin actually produces and enhances the sweetness in the taste. Teriyaki can be applied to many ingredients but amongst the fish, the yellowtail (buri) , salmon, tuna and mackerel are probably most popular. Terikyaki is not doubt a very simple cooking process.
4 (cutlet) slices of Yellowtail | ぶり（切り身）
80ml Light Soy Sauce | 薄口醤油 80ml
80ml Mirin | みりん 80ml
80ml Sake | 酒 80ml
Sansho Pepper (Japanese Pepper)