It might look like western tableware, but this is tableware made in Japan
This tableware that looks like some stylish western tableware is made by the traditional technology of Hasami ware, which has a 400-year history, at Hasami Town, Nagasaki Prefecture, also known as the "town of pottery."
Hasami was born under the concept stating: "Products are made to be used, and we wish to make tools that are loved, well-used, and used up."
With the intention of "being used and used on a daily basis," products are made a little thicker compared to tableware in the market, as to make them break resistant even when they are roughly handled.
Since they can be stacked and stored, while they are microwavable and possible to be washed by dishwashers, they are practical tableware in our life.
Hasami is a brand transmitted by Maruhiro and based in Hasami, Nagasaki Prefecture. Hasami makes tools that can be used in our everyday life under the theme of "Tools, Gracelessness, Playfulness." Maruhiro was founded in 1957. Hasami is becoming one of the most known brands in the field of Hasami Porcelain production.