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's range of contemporary tableware, is made in Japan by some of the best craftsman today. It is believed that these artisans inherit the uniqueness and tools of each of the separate regions they are from, transmitting those subtleties through their handwork. This Ju-bako box set is based on the stackable boxes used for traditional osechi cuisine, and is expertly made from Amakusa porcelain with an inban-printed traditional red hishiyui pattern. Two or more boxes, when stacked, make for a surprising way to serve Japanese or other types of cuisine. These small dishes are also perfect for offering snacks or appetisers to your guests.
Inban printing is a traditional Japanese print method, that uses transfer paper and coloured ink to stamp patterns onto the object's surface. Requiring great skill and patience, it is believed that the method transmits a human-touch to the object, lacking with modern machine-printing techniques.
MATERIALS Amakusa porcelain
ORIGIN Hasami town, Nagasaki, Japan
FEATURES Set contains 2 boxes, 1 lid
DIMENSIONS Box; 8.5 x 8.5 x 4.3 cm, lid; 8.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 cm
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