Table Setting #26 Genuine Sushi Set with Ceramic Plate Like Wood

The Mino ware main plate looks like a real wooden board, but it is made of porcelain. Easy to handle and long-lasting. The matte texture and uneven grain of the wood give it a natural look and feel.  The same goes for Yamanaka lacquer chopsticks in black. Kutani soy sauce dish and chopstick rest add a vibrant color to the table setting.  

The Mino ware main plate with 12 inch can hold about 6 pieces of sushi for a nice look. If 6 pieces don't fill you up, you can use the center plate to place sushi rolls and side dishes in a style that both looks good and provides enough portion.

 The Kutani soy sauce plate uses the same Kutani five colors as the chopstick rest. Incorporating Kutani ware is a great way to accent a table setting without making it look too chic or dark. 

For the chopsticks, I used Yamanaka lacquerware with a twisted pattern. The unevenness of the twisting pattern fits the hand, making it relatively easy to use even for people who are not familiar with chopsticks.

This Yamanaka lacquerware soup bowl has black lacquer on top of red lacquer. In its new condition, a little bit of red lacquer is showing through. As the bowl is used more and more, the black lacquer on the surface is scraped off slightly, and the red color becomes more prominent. The more you use it, the deeper the texture becomes.

The center plate is a long plate with a subdued color that gives a sense of wabi-sabi. It would be nice to put rolled sushi on it.

This plate, on which wasabi is placed, is also good for placing sashimi and other dishes. Match the colors of the center plate to create a sense of unity.

Serving delicious sake in a beautiful sake set is a great way to get closer to an authentic sushi restaurant experience.

You can create a whole different impression by choosing a red color for both the main plate and chopsticks. It brings more casual and bright atmosphere.