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Serving Bowls

[NEW] Kinkessho Bronze Medium Serving Bowl 9 fl oz / 6.3" dia

99320
$16.60

These metal bronze bowls have a very unique look and add a touch of luxury. The shape and color of this bowl are perfect for serving vibrant dishes such as sashimi or appetizers, Hors d'oeuvre, etc. Slightly higher shapes are good for making elevations...

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[NEW] Pearl White Stackable Bowl 29 fl oz / 6.3" dia

80564
$16.00

These pearl white bowls have an silver "shattered ice" pattern inlay that shimmers in changing light, bringing impact and elegance to your dishes. These bowls and other like it that we carry are stackable, even when mixing and matching, for ease of...

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[NEW] Pale Green Stackable Bowl 29 fl oz / 6.3" dia

80565
$16.00

These pale green bowls have an iridescent "shattered ice" pattern inlay that shimmers in changing light, bringing impact and elegance to your dishes. These bowls and other like it that we carry are stackable, even when mixing and matching, for ease of...

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[NEW] Matte Black Stackable Bowl 29 fl oz / 6.3" dia

80563
$14.80

These matte black bowls provide a neutral base for vibrant dishes such as sashimi or salads. Deep colors will contrast starkly and make the ingredients shine. These bowls and other like it that we carry are stackable, even when mixing and matching, for...

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[NEW] Ivy Green Stackable Bowl 29 fl oz / 6.3" dia

80562
$14.80

Vibrant Ivy green stackable bowl has beautiful black speckling and glossy surface reflects the light, that says it definitely enhances food presentations. These bowls and other like it that we carry are stackable, even when mixing and matching, for ease...

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[NEW] Shirokinyo Ivory Speckled Salad Bowl with Indigo Rim 27.5 fl oz / 6.45" dia

85800
$7.80

Shirokinyo (白均窯) large shallow bowl serves salad for one or two, or simmered vegetables like Nikujyaga, Gyu-suji-ni etc. This collection is subtly ribbed as if formed on the potter's wheel and finished with brushing in a modern shade of indigo on the...

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[NEW] Tokusa Blue Lined Interior Serving Bowl 52 fl oz / 9.7" dia

85793
$12.00

This ceramic bowl is perfect use as a serving bowl. The interior is designed with pinstripe that is called Tokusa technique and lots of people are fascinated with its hand drawing.Specs• Material: Ceramics (Mino Ware)• Dimensions: 9...

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Tenmoku Black Serving Bowl with Radial Lines 80 fl oz / 11.22" dia

99627
$34.80

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients to enhance and complement the presentation of food. This bowl is great as a serving bowl for...

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Yukishino Moss White Thick Serving Bowl 37 fl oz / 8" dia

98178
$10.40

The Yukishino series ceramics are a Mino-style ware from Gifu prefecture. Mino ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, with over 400 years of history. These ceramics are thick and sturdy, with a rustic design. The first layer has an...

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Ainagashi Blue Earthy Serving Bowl 70 fl oz / 9.37" dia

98179
$14.90

The Ainagashi series ceramics are a Mino-style ware from Gifu prefecture. Mino ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, with over 400 years of history. These ceramics are thick and sturdy, with a rustic design, but the glaze gives it an...

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Ainagashi Blue Earthy Serving Bowl 38 fl oz / 8" dia

98177
$11.10

The Ainagashi series ceramics are a Mino-style ware from Gifu prefecture. Mino ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, with over 400 years of history. These ceramics are thick and sturdy, with a rustic design, but the glaze gives it an...

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Ainagashi Blue Earthy Serving Bowl 23 fl oz /6.73" dia

98175
$6.90

The Ainagashi series ceramics are a Mino-style ware from Gifu prefecture. Mino ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, with over 400 years of history. These ceramics are thick and sturdy, with a rustic design, but the glaze gives it an...

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Yukishino Moss White Thick Serving Bowl 67 fl oz / 9.29" dia

98180
$17.20

The Yukishino series ceramics are a Mino-style ware from Gifu prefecture. Mino ware is one of the most famous types of Japanese pottery, with over 400 years of history. These ceramics are thick and sturdy, with a rustic design. The first layer has an...

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Noodle Bowl with Grayish Swirls 42 fl oz / 9.25" dia

91138
$21.10

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Black Double Lipped Large Bowl with Japanese-style Mortar (Suribachi) 31 fl oz / 6.02" dia

92688
$15.10

This matte black bowl is nontraditional for Suribachi and its purity is considered aesthetically pleasing. A Suribachi and Surikogi may be used interchangeably with a Western mortar and pestle, though its light ridges on the inside make it perfect for...

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Coral Blue Bowl 19 fl oz / 8.86" x 6.7"

92743
$19.00

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Gray Swirl Bowl 84 fl oz / 11.22" dia

93891
$30.20

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Blue Soup Cup with Handle 12.5 fl oz / 5.12" dia

92790
$9.50

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Rustic Red Bowl 30 fl oz / 9.65" x 9.06"

93902
$29.50

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Large Black & White Bowl 45 fl oz / 9.45" dia

98193
$21.90

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Large Bowl with Grainy & Washed Pattern 51 fl oz / 9.4" dia

98194
$20.00

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Brown Brushstroke Bowl 24 fl oz / 6.69" dia

91161
$9.70

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Shell Textured Bowl 18.5 fl oz / 6.57" dia

95219
$6.40

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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Large Gradient Black Bowl 55 fl oz / 11.14" dia

91080
$16.00

Aesthetic appeal in traditional Japanese cuisine has always played a vital role, and the choice of tableware is just as important as the choice of ingredients. While a lot of other cuisines prefer a plain white canvas, Japanese chefs use plates, bowls,...

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