Miyamoto Shoko Silver Ladle




Miyamoto Shoko as the Purveyor to the Imperial Household Agency of Japan since 1899


Miyamoto Shoko was founded in 1880 as the first silverware specialty shop. In 1899, Miyamoto Shoko's silverwares were ordered by the family members of the Emperor of Japan, and to this day, they are making fine and graceful handicrafts with skillful craftsmen.

Loved by numerous customers since the Meiji era, Miyamoto Shoko's products have also been given to Princess Mako and Princess Kako of Akishino, as well as Princess Aiko Toshinomiya, on their birthdays.





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Miyamoto Shoko
Silver Ladle

The handle is made of bamboo and the heat of a pot does not transmit. The type of bamboo pattern to which the watermark carving was given is also ideal for tofu scooping.

Size: About W180xØ50xH27mm
Weight: About 15g
Material: Silver (925/1000 Sterling Silver), Bamboo

Price: 14,000 JPY

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Miyamoto Shoko

Miyamoto Shoko was founded in 1880 as the first silverware specialty shop. In 1880, Miyamoto Shoko's silverwares were ordered by the family members of the Emperor of Japan, and to this day, they are making fine and graceful handicrafts with skillful craftsmen.





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