A unique shaped soy sauce dish made by a ceramicist in the Wakayama prefecture in Japan who specialises in creating tableware. It features an almost checkerboard glaze look with deep brown and mustard tones.
W5.5cm x H3cm
On our latest trip to Japan, we stopped by little backstreet markets, cute kitchenware stores, antique shops and small family run businesses to find a selection of unique often one of a kind pieces.
Tara hand selecting pieces
Wakayama is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region, on Honshū island's Kii Peninsula. Its namesake capital is home to Wakayama Castle, an Edo-period replica set in a hilltop park with city views.