With the handmade Kinkakuji Temple of Golden Pavilion dinnerware set, you can easily add much ancient Japanese atmosphere to your dinner. Like the idea? Let’s continue reading.
This is a set of premium and pretty cool dinnerware inspired by ancient Japanese culture, and handmade with Nagasaki’s Hasami-Yakiniku school of pottery by Japanese potters. As we can see from the images, the dinnerware set is made based on Kinkakuji, aka the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, one of the most famous temples in Kyoto, and each dish features exquisite patterns. When you assemble them together, the dinnerware set delivers an eye-catching Kinkakuji model measuring 24 x 24 x 24.5mm, which allows it to become a great collection in your kitchen or showcase.
The dinnerware set contains two square plates, three square trays, one square bowl and one chopstick stand that have been ready to serve a full Japanese meal in the most appropriate way. Moreover, an exquisite paulownia box enables it to be a perfect gift for anyone who loves Japanese culture, and an included bilingual leaflet shows information about the dinnerware set. Apart from these, all units of the dinnerware are machine-washable and microwave-friendly.
The handmade Kinkakuji Temple of the Golden Pavilion dinnerware set is priced at $538 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Japan Trend Shop for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss handmade Goju Kyoto Pagoda dinnerware and more related cool stuff by following tags.