1) Tobasco. Every single bottle in the world is bottled in Avery Island, Lousiana (which is not a real island).
2) And here we have some "Restaurant Table Tomato." The weird thing is that the Japanese know what ketchup is. They say "ketchup." Maybe DelMonte was going for a more high-end feel.
3) Denny's own catch all "Restaurant Sauce." If you're eatin' it here, you can sauce it with this. It says, "Denny's Restaurant Sauce is a high grade sauce for all foods. No preservative." Nice that they can both describe the sauce as if it were motor oil, and reassure us of the lack of preservative in the same breath.
4) Soy sauce. According to my studies, the large characters translate to "possession machine," but I'll give Denny's the benefit of the doubt on this one.