This is a very simple Bizen-yaki plate with a modest and simple design that goes well with anything. For example you can use it for ordinary snacks such as bagels and donuts:
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Recently, we spoke about why Japanese products tend to be some of the most respected and revered on the market – in all lines of living. From their hardware and electronics to their clothing and their cosmetics, Japanese products tend to be safer, more secure and just in general better for you than what you might have been used to.
To this point, last time we talked about some specific reasons or topics, namely the Japanese work ethic, uniqueness, monozukuri and high standards. Today we want to shine a light on why these high standards exist so clearly from a Japanese cultural perspective.Read More
One of the principal challenges in any home or venture is the sourcing of specialty products of certain sizes, lengths and fits. Particular valves, gauges, keys, cables or tools that have been uniquely made for certain furniture or fittings, for example, may not be effortlessly situated on the racks of a tool shop. Now and again, one may need to make a trip some distance to find a unique apparatus and driving 30 kilometers to a specific store to look for these products. This problem has been largely solved through the emergence of the Internet revolution. Today, there are numerous online shops that offer their customers the opportunity of reviewing and buying various items from inside the solace of their own homes. These online shops allow customers to ask for '24 hour conveyance' in situations when a specific product is required critically, and empower costumers with the adaptability to order a product online and collecting it at the nearest store branch the following day, so that one is guaranteed that outing to the store is not futile in light of the fact that the item has just been sourced online prior to a long distance trip. The Internet has empowered customers greatly indeed!Read More
The phrase “made in Japan” has developed quite the reputation for high quality and durable product development and distribution today. What used to be regarded as mediocre, poorly constructed goods and services a little over 50-years ago is now the shining standard of product development that companies around the world are feverishly trying to emulate.
Quite simply: Japanese products are made with a precision and work ethic that most products around the world lack. Japan is taking production seriously during a time when corporations are slipping in their consumer dedication, and if you haven’t tried buying from Japan yet, now is the time to give it a try.
Here are 4 reasons why it’s time to consider buying products straight from Japan:Read More
We are happy to have a new addition on our marketplace: Bizen-yaki pottery. Bizen-yaki pottery has a history of more than a thousand years, and is said to be the oldest ancient pottery style. Bizen Ware is highly recommended for decoration purposes thanks to its simplicity and the color that can match anything. Furthermore, people say that flowers last longer in a Bizen vase, food tastes better on Bizen plates, and sake / beer tastes better with Bizen mugs.Read More
You might have heard from your friends that if you are going to Japan it is worthwhile to visit an onsen (hot spring) because it is one of the truly local experiences. Your friends might also have said that the experience may be quite quirky from a foreigner’s perspective, since in Japan – unlike in many other countries with hot springs – people will be naked while bathing in public onsen. In any case, if you decide on going to an onsen, there are multiple locations to choose from. Where exactly should you go?Read More