Odate Kougeisha Magewappa Donburi Bowl S
A small Magewappa Donburi rice bowl made by Odate Kougeisha. Using Akita cedar, one of Japan's most famous woods, which has a beautiful warm color and uniform grain.
lt is very light despite being a Donburi rice bowl, which is only possible with Magewappa. It is also characterized by the subtle scent of cedar.
Suitable for Donburi recipes using about 3/4 cup (3/4 gou) of rice. This is the standard size of a Donburi bowl in Japan.
It is too small to be used for noodles with soup.
It can be used for various kinds of Donburi Rice such as Tendon, Oyakodon, Kaisendon, etc. It is also perfect for serving simmered or soupy food such as Nikujyaga or stews. The wide shape is able to serve the dish comfortably and makes the presentation beautiful and delicious.
Odate Kougeisha is one of the oldest companies that makes “Magewappa" - traditional Japanese bending wood crafts in Odate City, Akita Prefecture in Japan.
The traditional Magewappa with a history of 1,300 years are carefully made one by one by craftsmen with time and care using the same unchanged techniques.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D15.5cm(6.1in) x H6.5cm(2.5in)
- Main Usage: Donburi rice
- Material: Wood - Magewappa
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Odate Kougeisha
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ABOUT ODATE KOUGEISHA
Odate Kougeisha is one of the oldest companies that makes “Magewappa" - traditional Japanese bending wood crafts in Odate City, Akita Prefecture in Japan. Using Akita cedar, one of Japan's most precious trees, with its warm, beautiful color and uniform grain, Odate Kougeisha produces a variety of tableware that is light, supple, and has a pleasant aroma. The traditional Magewappa with a history of 1,300 years are carefully made one by one by craftsmen with time and care using the same unchanged techniques.View more Odate Kougeisha items
"Odate, Akita Japanese Bending Wood"
Magewappa is a Japanese bending wood technique that has been carried on in Odate City, Akita Prefecture for 1,300 years. In the late 17th century, it developed as a side job for the lower class Samurai of downtown Odate Castle, and in 1980, Odate's Magewappa was designated as the only Japanese traditional craft among all Magewappa in Japan.View more MAGEWAPPA