Japanese Style Ceramic Serving Bowls
Japanese ceramic serving bowls are famous by the name of Donburi or domburi. Ceramic tableware is famous all around the world. Using Japanese containers creates a feeling of dining culture that is the same as the Japanese. Japanese serving bowls include a rice bowl, noodle bowl, big bowl, soup bowls, chopstick stand, spoons, and teacup. Furthermore, the rice bowl is an essential piece of tableware. This tableware is available in different shapes, sizes, and fabulous prints.
Rice Bowls: Japanese tableware
There are different sizes of rice bowl for adults and children too. A typical rice bowl is famous as Ochawan or chawan. Everyone has their own favorite rice bowl. However, in Japan, each member has a personal choice for a rice bowl dish. The capacity of a rice bowl may vary from 300 ml to 1400 ml.
Soup Bowls In Japanese Style
In Japan, there are a variety of materials that are useful for making soup bowls. Wood and ceramic is the most common material. A soup bowl there is known as Owan. Moreover, beautifully printed soup bowls are available that enhance the look of the pots.
Small bowls are popular as Kobach. Salad, dip, sweets are basically, served in small pots. The size may vary, but generally, a 12 cm diameter bowl is preferred.
Attractive tableware that is famous in Japan is a chopstick rest. There are also available in different designs and beautiful prints. Vibrant colors are used to make these rests.
The Japanese ceramic tableware consists of beautiful printed bowls, spoons, cups, and chopstick rest. Pots are made using porcelain ceramic material that is one of the oldest Japanese craft and art materials. Three color combinations are available that is blue and white, brown and white, and brown and black color ceramic bowls. The same combination of colors is available in spoons and chopstick rest too.
Specification: Japanese Style Ceramic Serving Bowls
$22.00 – $61.00