Bicolored Rim Tokusa Seto Ware Small Sauce Container
This small sauce container with spout has a Tokusa patter painted on the edge. Perfect for one serving of Tonkatsu sauce, mustard, horseradish, etc.
Tokusa is the name of a plant and refers to a pattern of vertical stripes. It has been loved since the Edo period (1603-1868) as a symbol of good luck to wish for growth and prosperity because of its straight growth. This pattern is both traditional and timeless.
It is also suitable for putting small condiments such as sesame seeds, "Sansho (Japanese pepper)", and small delicacies.
Put it on a plate or tray to make mealtime more enjoyable!
By having these small items, which play a supporting role at the dining table, you can create a thoughtful hospitality like that of a Japanese restaurant.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: 5.6cm(2.2in) x 4.5cm(1.8in)x H2.6cm(1in)
- Material: Porcelain - Seto ware
- Origin: Made in Japan
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With a history of almost 1000 years, Seto Ware is deeply rooted into Japanese daily lifestyle. It is a historic ceramic ware and included in one of the six oldest kilns in Japan, known as "Rokkoyo".
It was the first area in Japan to mass-produce porcelain, and the word "Seto-mono" has become synonymous with ceramics in Japan. Seto Ware is known to be highly diverse in style and design today.