When we wrote about Hellmann's vs. homemade mayonnaise several of you chimed in to say that you preferred Kewpie to either of the above. (Check out that post, too - see proof that Hellmann's has indeed changed their classic formula!)
Kewpie is a smoother, creamer mayonnaise, and it's made with rice vinegar rather than distilled vinegar. Its popularity in Japan really can't be overestimated. Wikipedia says that people who are known to really like mayonnaise are apt to be called mayora by their friends!
Do you use Kewpie mayo?
• Buy Japanese Kewpie Mayonnaise, $5.50 for 17.65 ounces at Amazon