There are lots of famous Japanese dishes, such as “sushi”, “ramen noodles”, “tempura”, “maccha (green tea)”, and “sake”. If we are asked to think “what is Japanese food?”, food eaten often come to our mind immediately. There is quite a few cultures in Japan, and each culture is different depending on the region and the age. By the usage of a suitable tableware depending on the dish, you’ll strengthen the flavor of it or make it easier to cut and separate the food.
Porcelain is made by firing a mixture of clay powder made by crushing stones and fired at a temperature over 1300 degree. Most of porcelain is thin and light, so a light clear metallic sound is made when tapping it, it allows light to pass through it. It is excellent in thermal conductivity, which makes it difficult to warm it up but has a capacity hardly getting cold.It has sharp and beautiful design, and most of tableware for general home use is porcelain.
What is Mino ware?Mino ware is the Japanese traditional pottery, and approximately 60% of the tableware used in Japan is Mino ware. For example, there are exterior garden supplies such as flower pots and water tanks, interior materials such as tiles for walls and floors, and sinks.As a result of its quality with the beautiful design and high functionality, Mino ware is popular not only in Japan, but in out of the country. It supports family life in Japan and is very popular among collectors.
Weight : 7.1 oz ,Height : 3.1 inch , Diameter : 3.5 inch . Material: Porcelain. Microwavable and Dish washable. Made in Japan. Suitable Dish (Drink): Green Tea, Matcha, Water, Coffee, Milk, Soup, etc.
Details and colors of the images might be different from ones of real products because the position of ware relative to the fire and the way of covering with a glaze might produce unevenness on the patters and shapes. Dish washable alternatively, it’s endorsed that you wash your valuable tableware by hand because washing it in a dishwasher may cause it to crack and break. Putting thin cloth or paper between tableware is recommended when the tableware is stacked.