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Bowls - Owan
Traditional wooden Japanese style Owan soup bowls hand-turned and -coated in natural Urushi lacquer, perfect for serving miso soup and small food items.
These Kambin (燗瓶 "warm sake pot") style cast iron teapots, or Tetsu-kyusu, may be used to brew tea but can also be gently heated up to body temperature on an electric or gas stove to serve warmed sake. Handcrafted by the trusted Nanbu Tekki brand, Iwachu, these robust cast iron pots will retain heat for longer.
Suzugami Tin Paper
Add a personal touch to your dining table with foldable Suzugami tin plates from the Shimatani Syouryu workshop in Takaoka, Japan, an area long famed for its metalwork. Melding contemporary design with traditional Buddhist temple gong manufaturing techniques, Suzugami is repeatedly hammered to make it thin like paper with a strength and resilience that allows it to be folded and unfolded again and again.
Cast Iron Trivets
Cast Iron Cookware
Nori - Gourmet Seaweed
Premium Japanese dried Nori seaweed, traditionally cultivated in the wild, gently roasted and free of additives. Excellent for Sushi, Onigiri and other Japanese dishes, or simply for snacking.
Ponzu - Citrus Soy Sauce
Ponzu is a zesty citrus-seasoned soy sauce that can be used as a dipping sauce, salad dressing, marinade and more. This extra special Yamaroku Ponzu – as popularised by the Netflix series "Salt Fat Acid Heat" – is made with their signature soy sauce and flavoured with Yuzu and Sudachi fruits.
Shoyu - Soy Sauce
Premium twice-brewed soy sauce by Yamaroku – as popularised by the Netflix series "Salt Fat Acid Heat" – traditionally aged in cedar barrels for up to four years for unbeatable flavour. Pair with the elegant Hirota glass dispenser: a Japanese design classic.