Eating bowl in black with brushstroke in light top glaze.
diameter: 12.8 cm
height: 5 cm
Japanese Rice Bowls and Bowls: Rice is one of the central elements of Japanese cuisine. And while much of the agriculture is still characterized by rice cultivation, today Japanese cuisine is of course also influenced by the West. Traditionally, rice is still the staple food and usually (except for Donburi dishes) it is served separately in a bowl.
In Japan, good cuisine not only attaches importance to ingredients and preparation, but also to the quality of the dishes and the presentation of the dishes. Much attention is paid to even the smallest details and elegant rice bowls and rice bowls made of ceramic and lacquerware are an essential part of the total work of art. By the way, in Japan, it's good ways to eat all the rice and not leave any grain behind.