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“HIRACHAWAN = shallow rice bowl” are so-called contemporary rice bowl from Hakusan Porcelain, in comparison to traditional ones that are deep and narrow for keeping rice warm. Considering modern living where there is no need to worry about food getting cold as old times, ceramic designer Masahiro Mori designed them wide and shallow in order to enjoy it's various colors and patterns.
They are perfect not only for serving rice, but also appetizer, small dishes, soup, dessert and so on. It has been awarded with “Good Design Prize” in 1993, and “Long Life Design Prize” in 2004.
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Invented in 1907, this traditional Japanese scrubbing brush has been one of the most common household cleaning tool. It is perfect tool for cleaning pots, pans, sinks, bathtubs and anything can be heavily scrubbed. In Japanese, Kamenoko means turtle and Tawashi means scrubber. Made from palm fiber, this scrub brush should not be used on delicate items or teflon-coated pans.