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Nene Yamanaka Nesting Bowls

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

In Japanese cuisine, the dishware is almost as important as the food, and the vessel must fit the fare. Happily, these gorgeous nesting bowls, named after the wife of the powerful samurai warlord Hideyoshi, give you options. They’re also perfect examples of the Yamanaka style of woodworking, which is built around the philosophy of enhancing the material’s natural qualities.


Yamanaka, a hot spring village in southern Ishikawa, is famous for its woodwork. The town specializes in kiji, the wooden core of lacquerware, which is made by shaving the wood down to the desired shape. Th... Read More

Details and Dimensions

Sold as a set of three bowls. Large: 3.2" h and 4.7"d; Medium: 2.5"h, 4.3" d; Small: 2"h, 4" d.

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