- Japanese kitchen knives
Japanese kitchen knives, modeled after Japanese swords, have fascinated a large number of cooks with their sharpened edges and magnificent cutting quality.
A beautiful cross-section created by a knife edge is indispensable in delicate Japanese cuisine.
Kappōgi, an apron with sleeves, has played an important role in protecting clothes from stains when cooking in Japan, a country where the culture of wearing kimonos has taken root.
A washtub-shaped shallow bowl is called "hankiri". It is mainly used when making sushi, and it's being used in many Japanese restaurants nowadays as well.
- Miyajima shamoji
"Shamoji", commonly known as an eating utensil for scooping up rice and soup. Among them, the Miyajima shamoji was created by Buddhist priests inspired by the beautiful curvature of the Japanese lute. It is a traditional crafts product created from sacred trees in Miyama.
- Japanese tableware
Japanese tableware which may fascinate you with its beautiful, varied shapes, such as plates, wooden and ceramic bowls. Their curves and patterns, which make you feel the breath of their creator, emphasize the delicate Japanese cuisine.