Nasu Ramen Bowl & Soup Spoon
Nasu Soup Spoon

Nasu Ramen Bowl & Soup Spoon 8″

Nasu Ramen Bowl & Soup Spoon

Nasu Ramen Bowl & Soup Spoon 8″

$12.80 inc. GST

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Just landed, the highly requested Nasu Ramen Bowl & Soup Spoon measures 8″ wide and is commonly used for serving delicious scoops of ramen noodle soup.

  • Includes: 1 x Bowl & Soup Spoon
  • Width: 195mm
  • Height: 72mm
  • Material: Melamine
  • Pattern: Nasu (eggplant)

Made from highly durable melamine the bowl includes a Nasu (eggplant) pattern which in Japan is mostly associated with New Year’s traditions and means good luck.

SKU: NRB-3508 Tag:

Description

In Japan, eggplants are mostly associated with New Year’s traditions and mean good luck. Hatsuyume, or the first dream of the year, is a superstition that says the coming year can be seen in the first dream of the year. If a person has a dream full of good signs, the next year will be full of luck, good health, and money.

“Ichi Fuji, Ni Taka, San Nasubi,” which means “Mount Fuji, hawk, and eggplant,” is a Japanese proverb that lists the main signs of good luck. This tradition goes back to the early Edo period, and there are two main ideas about how eggplants became a sign of good luck. One theory says that eggplants were expensive during the Edo period because the famous Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu liked them. The sound of the word “eggplant” in Japanese is where the word “other” comes from.

The Japanese word for eggplant is “nasu,” which sounds like the word “to accomplish.” Because of this, many traditional Japanese people think that dreaming about eggplants will bring them success and accomplishments in the coming year.

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ABS / Melamine Lacquered Tableware

Get the most out of our ABS & Melamine Lacquered tableware collections by taking a few extra steps to look after them for years to come.

  • Soak ABS / Melamine Lacquered tableware for 15 minutes in warm soapy water.
  • Wipe clean with a soft damp cloth and towel try.
  • Dishwashers can be used at a low temperature using a mild detergent on a short cycle.
  • Do not use harsh scrubbers as they will scratch the surface.

Not to be used in ovens, microwaves or commercial dishwashers.

Wooden / Bamboo Tableware

Like all wooden tableware products they can deteriorate if not looked after. Wood is a bio-gradable product that will soak up moisture which ages the product.

  • Remove excess foods with a damp cloth that has been rinsed in warm soapy water.
  • Towel try and stack in a dry ventilated area.
  • Do immerse in water or allow pools of water accumulate in wooden products.
  • Stubborn stains, mix a small amount of salt or baking soda into the damp cloth and gently clean the surface.

Not to be used in ovens, microwaves or commercial dishwashers.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg