Gatomikio TSUMUGI CHIDORI Yamanaka Lacquer Soup Bowl with lid

Color: Red

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The soup bowl designed following the traditional Japanese food culture inherited from generation to generation. This beautiful curved shape adds a touch of elegance to your table.

All products of GATO MIKIO are made in concentric circles, using wood turning techniques. Based on traditional Japanese aesthetic senses, they pursue simple and universally beautiful shapes, refining the design to the utmost limit.

Its timeless design is suitable for long-term use, daily use or when entertaining guests.


  • Quantity: 1
  • DimensionD12.5cm(4.9in) x H10cm(3.9in)
  • Material: Wood - Yamanaka Lacquerware
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: GATO MIKIO

Gatomikio TSUMUGI with lid Series

Bowls with lids keep your soup hot.

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GATO MIKIO was founded in 1908 as Gado Woodworks in Yamanaka Onsen, Ishikawa Prefecture, the town of the potter's wheel.

They inherited the philosophy of the woodworkers who used the wheel to carve wood to make bowls, trays, and other woodwork, and have always valued the beautiful grain of the wood and the perfection of the carefully ground wood.

And they have made many lacquer ware products with a focus on the perfection of the wood.

Precision of their woodwork

The reason why their products attract people is because they combine the traditional techniques of Yamanaka lacquerware with a modern sensibility in their designs.

The beauty of their lacquerware will continue to grow with time, and will not fade over decades.

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about yamanaka lacquerware

Yamanaka lacquerware is produced in the Yamanaka Onsen area of Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture, and has a history of about 400 years.
The traditional techniques of Yamanaka lacquerware were highly evaluated and became known throughout Japan, despite a period of temporary interruption.
It is characterized by the use of wood grain patterns to express a natural texture, and is made with great attention to detail.
It was designated as a traditional craft by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry in 1975.

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