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5 Piece Miso Soup Bowl Set (Woodgrain Pattern)

$14.80 inc. GST

Immerse yourself in the artistry of Japan with our meticulously crafted 5 Piece Miso Soup Bowl Set. Each bowl is a testament to Japanese tradition, featuring a captivating woodgrain pattern that echoes the country’s rich cultural heritage.

  • Includes: 5 x Miso Bowls
  • Size: 95mm
  • Heat Resistance: -20°C ~ 80°C
  • Volume: 250ml
  • Pattern: Tortoiseshell/Woodgrain
  • Made In: Japan

Made in Japan, these bowls elevate every dining experience, whether you’re serving steaming miso soup or fluffy rice, these bowls are perfectly sized for individual portions, making them ideal for both everyday meals and special occasions.

Availability: In stock SKU: SB1001F

Description

Crafted from BPA-free food-grade resin, this 5 Piece Miso Soup Bowl Set with Woodgrain Pattern offers peace of mind along with their undeniable style. Stackable for easy storage, these bowls are as practical as they are beautiful, saving valuable space in your kitchen. With their striking black woodgrain exteriors and deep crimson interiors, each bowl is a masterpiece that pays homage to Japan’s timeless aesthetic.

Katachiware tableware is known for its beauty and unique design, and proper maintenance and cleaning can help to ensure that the products that you purchase remain in good condition for a long time. In the following link we provide you with basic instructions on how to clean and maintain your Japanese style tableware. We will cover cleaning instructions for melamine products, ABS products with a painted finish, wooden products with a Urushi finish, ceramic items, and cast iron. Read more here: Product Care

Additional information

Weight0.4 kg
Availability

In Stock

Brand

Katachiware

Care Instructions

Dishwasher Safe

Colour

Red & Black

Condition

New

Finish

Gloss

Made In

Japan

Material

Recycled PET

Warranty

12 Months

Pattern

Woodgrain

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