"Mamezara" is a plate that is widely used for chopstick rests, condiment dishes, etc. and is decorated with the popular patterns of those kilns.
The gourd-shaped mamezara, which are famous as lucky charms, are handmade one by one, so the shapes are slightly different and each has its own character. The patterns that can be carefully put in by the hands of skilled craftsmen have different shades and line thicknesses, which conveys the warmth of handmade work.
Each hand-painted product has different shades and line thicknesses.
|Place of origin
|| W2.0 X L2.0 X H0.6 in
■How to care
・Wash with a neutral detergent and a soft sponge. Do not wash with a hard sponge or strongly scrub.
・Basically, it is dishwasher safe product, but be careful not to hit other dishes, especially thin dishes.
・Please note that color paintings and gold paintings may lose color if washed heavily.
■Care after use
・After starting and using, wash the soft sponge (sponge with handle) with a neutral detergent. Using abrasive sponges, metal strainers, cleansers, etc. that may damage the glass may cause damage.
・Basically, it is dishwasher safe, but be careful not to collide with other tableware, especially thin dishes.
Please note that colored paintings and gold colors may lose color if washed strongly.