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Minaniwa Bowl (Delivered at the end of May) Glassware

$65.00

A vessel for appreciating time - minaniwa -

*This item is scheduled to be delivered at the end of May.

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The design creates a three-dimensional shape of water ripples. This is the most versatile water bowl for both Japanese and Western dishes. From Japanese cuisine to cereals. It has a wide range of uses and can be combined with other dishes. It is especially recommended for those who cook a lot of Japanese and Western dishes, those who use it every day, and families with children.

The perfect size and beautiful silhouette make this design suitable for both Japanese and Western dishes. Use it for Japanese food, salads, cereals, desserts, cold soups, and more.

The ripples are just the right size to hold the vessel, making it easy to hold and very stable.

【 size 】
Diameter 17cm Height 6cm

Base diameter 5cm

minaniwa is an innovative piece and brand born from the image of real water.

We recreate the universal aesthetic sense of love and respect for water that has existed in Japan since ancient times into modern life, and propose beauty yet unseen elsewhere in the world.


"Latest technology: 3D modeling of water" + "Glass manufacturing method that has been around since the prehistoric era"

A unique formula was developed to create 3D modeling data for water, a first in Japan (presumably) so that water patterns would appear when glass was blown. Based on the formula, a prototype was created with a 3D printer, and a "3D glass blown mold" was then hand-made. Using that mold, glass was blown with advanced techniques to create a plate with realistic "water ripples."

Although we use the latest technology to blow glass, each plate is unique. The beauty of handcraft is that no two pieces are exactly alike, and the superior transparency that only blown glass can provide is something that cannot be found in mass-produced glass. This work was created through the collaboration of a producer, designer, and craftsman.

"Latest technology: 3D modeling of water" + "Glass manufacturing method that has been around since the prehistoric era"

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