Each piece is carefully made by craftspeople in Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, which is famous as a historical setting and a production area for lacquerware. Lacquerware made of natural wood has a longer history than pottery, and its main feature is that though light and thin, it does not easily transfer heat to your hands even when hot objects are put in it. The natural wood is made from carefully selected castor aralia from Hokkaido that grew in the severe cold. The smooth and beautifully curvaceous shape of the bowl fits comfortably in your hand. The hasori shape spreads outwards to make it easy to drink soup, the lip is moderately thin, and the shape of the base, to which your fingers fit comfortably, makes it easy to hold. Although the size of the soup bowl is typical, it is also functional and has an appearance suitable for a standard soup bowl. In addition, the traditional lacquered color of the bowl not only enhances the dishes and makes you feel their deliciousness and warmth, but also allows you to enjoy the unique aging of the lacquerware, which becomes more vivid as you use it. The bottom of the bowl is engraved with the motif of the “itadakimasu” (I humbly receive) and “gochisosama” (that was an honorable feast) hand gestures with which Japanese people greet each other before and after meals, expressing gratitude to those who cooked the ingredients and dishes. 【Country of manufacture】 Japan Fukushima 【Dimensions】 Soup Bowl：φ120×H70mm 350ml Paper box：W138×D138×H85mm 【Material】 Natural wood（sen）
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- Lacquerware made of natural wood has a longer history than pottery, and its main feature is that though light and thin, it does not easily transfer heat to your hands even when hot objects are put in it.