Japanese Bowl

Generally speaking, a bowl that is deeper than a plate is called a bowl. In reality, however, the definition is vague, ranging from a plate that is gently curved to one that is as deep as a Donburi bowl.
Kobachi, Miso soup bowls, Rice bowls, Donburi bowls, and serving bowls... bowls are an essential for the Japanese cuisine. It is customary in Japan to lift your bowl to your mouth when eating, which is why many bowls are made in shapes that are easy to hold in one's hands.
In this collection, the bowls are categorized by their depth and size, and it is recommended that you use them according to the food you are serving. Find your favorite one from our collection made by Japanese craftsman.

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