Range Star is a ceramic cookware developed using the traditional techniques of Mino Ware, a specialty of Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is designed to use in microwaves, offering convenience and versatility.
[Manufacturer of Wajima lacquerware since 1818 / Handmade by craftsmen] Lacquer coating on Japanese hiba (cypress) wood gives it excellent water and rot resistance and is beautifully durable and long-lasting. Made of Noto hiba cypress, an all-natural material that will not damage the frying pan or the earth.
[Manufacturer of Wajima lacquerware since 1818 / Handmade by craftsmen] This "magical bread box" keeps the bread from getting hard and keeps it fluffy and delicious by natural humidity control due to the non-condensing and moisture-dissipating characteristics of hiba (cypress) & lacquer.
[Manufacturer of Wajima lacquerware since 1818 / Handmade by craftsmen] ”Lacquer x Silver Cup” is a collaboration between the traditional crafts of "lacquerware" and "silver tableware." This cup was developed to enhance the taste and luxury of Chinese tea.
[Manufacturer of Wajima lacquerware since 1818 / Handmade by craftsmen] This wiping-lacquered chopping board is made from Noto Hiba (cypress), which is rich in oil and has natural antibacterial properties. Noto hiba is water-resistant and rot-resistant, making it extremely durable.
Kaga Kukusa, a mug made of Japanese zelkova wood with a beautiful vertical grain, crafted using the traditional Yamanaka-nuri lacquerware technique, which has a 400-year history.
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