This is a set which includes a shallow bowl and a small plate from the "Tamaya" series of the "Ukiyo" Edo glassware. Produced through a glassblowing technique from the Edo period, it is arranged with a touch of modern taste and features an image of "fireworks" as the culture of the Edo period.
A historic glass factory in downtown Tokyo collaborated with TOMI GLASS, well-known for producing glass products in modern styles using technique from the Edo period. Skilled artisans use “turn mold blowing” techniques to produce hand-blowing glass products piece by piece, while various colors are applied by sprinkling colored glass powder.
Enjoy their refreshing cool appearance, which will be best utilized when serving sashimi or a vinegared dish during the summer season.
|Country of origin||Tokyo, Japan|
|Size||Bowl: Φ5.91" * H1.10", Dish: Φ2.76" * H1.10"(浅鉢 : Φ15.0*H2.8, 豆皿 : Φ7.0*H2.8cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Microwave oven : X Dishwashing machine : X Direct fire : X IH : X Oven : X,|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|