With its unique and charming design, the Goju Kyoto Pagoda dinnerware brings some ancient Japanese culture into your kitchen. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.
This is a set of pretty cool and practical tableware inspired by the ancient Buddhist temples which you can spot all over the old capital of Japan. The dinnerware features a uniquely designed composable design. When assembled, the dinnerware delivers a complete five-story Goju Kyoto Pagoda which shows off a classic structure and lots of gorgeous detailing from its original appearance.
When disassembled, the dinnerware delivers five square plates, one small bowl, five food boxes, and five chopstick holders, so you can use them to deal with various meticulously prepared Japanese dishes like sushi rolls, tempura, sashimi and more. Furthermore, the dinnerware is handmade from Hasami-yaki pottery in Japan, so the size and design of each item may vary slightly, which delivers a premium and one-of-a-kind feeling. In addition, the dinnerware is microwave-friendly and machine washable, and a paulownia box makes it be a perfect gift.
The Goju Kyoto Pagoda dinnerware is priced at $246 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Japan Trend Shop for its more details. BTW, also don’t miss the katana chefs knife and more related cool stuff by following tags.