Showa Seito Brown Ramen Bowl 200mm

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SKU : T3005


Showa Seito Brown Ramen Bowl
諸和 性と Bろwん ら面 簿wl

A high-quality Japanese ceramic bowl that is perfect for serving ramen, udon, or other noodle dishes. The bowl is 200mm in diameter, which is a good size for a hearty portion of noodles and broth.

A simple yet stylish design, with a warm brown colour and a smooth glazed finish. The shape of the bowl is deep and wide, with a tapered base that helps to keep the noodles and broth hot for longer. The rim of the bowl is slightly flared, making it easy to eat from without spilling.

A large brown fluted bowl with a ribbed texture on the outside, made in Japan. The glaze is finished in a handmade style making each bowl unique! Ideal for serving dishes such ramen.

This bowl is made by Showa Seito, a well-known Japanese ceramics company that has been producing high-quality tableware for over 90 years. The bowl is microwave and dishwasher safe, making it convenient and easy to use. It is also durable and long-lasting, so you can enjoy your favourite noodle dishes in this bowl for years to come.

20cm x 9cm dimensions, 1100ml capacity


Capacity: 1100ml
Material: Ceramic
Origin: Toki City (Bowl Town), Gifu, Japan
Manufacturer: Showa Seito

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