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Fudan Series / Kodomo-wan

¥3,520 

Color
Ginshu
Blue

Lacquerware handmade by artisans in Fukui prefecture, which is famous for Echizen lacquerware.

Kodomo means children in japanese.

The Fudan series Kodomowan is a soup bowl for children.


Easy for children to hold, the simple shape of this bowl never gets old and remains durable even when used every day.

Compared to ceramic or glass tableware, wooden tableware does not break easily when dropped, so children can use them with peace of mind during meals.


MR multi-roll lacquer, which is made of lacquer with a fine molecular structure, dries quickly and can be finished beautifully only by skilled craftspeople.

This special lacquer is dishwasher-safe and is for everyday use with an emphasis on practicality.

The inside of a normal wooden lacquerware bowl will burn and turn white if hot soup is poured in every day, but this series of lacquerware uses multi-roll lacquer, which has high durability against hot temperatures, so the color of the inner lacquer does not change and can be used for extended periods in pristine condition.


○ The lacquer is resistant to peels and scratches, meaning it can be stacked and stored in the cupboard.

○ Because of its high heat retention and insulation properties, it is especially suitable for hot drinks and food.

○ The longer it is used, the more glossy the lacquer becomes.

○ Since this item is hand-painted by lacquer craftspeople, the texture and color of each lacquer may differ slightly.


[ Product details ]

Color: 2colors / *Ginshu, Blue

*Ginshu is a slightly yellowish red color that is a little darker red than vermilion.


Size: Φ107xH57mm / 280ml

Material:

[Surface coating] Multi-roll lacquer

[Type of base material] Molded wood flour and melamine resin product

(Echizen lacquerware/ Made in Japan)

Scope of use: Microwave -/ Oven -/ Dishwasher, Dryer ✔︎/ Stacking ✔︎


[Product notes]

・Cannot be used in microwave ovens or ovens.

・Do not store in direct sunlight or water for a long period of time.

・Avoid using a scourer or polishing powder.

・When using lacquerware with hot water or high temperature at the beginning of use, the distinct smell of lacquer may come out. This smell will naturally disappear after repeated use.



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