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Set of 5 Maneki Neko Bowls Set of 5 Maneki Neko Bowls
Set of 2 Japanese Cherry Bowls Set of 2 Japanese Cherry Bowls
Donburi Rice Bowl Koi Donburi Rice Bowl Koi
Wave Japanese Ramen Bowl Wave Japanese Ramen Bowl
Handcrafted Japanese Bowls Set
Set of 2 Japanese Bowls - Hanami Set of 2 Japanese Bowls - Hanami
Cat Bowl Set Cat Bowl Set
White Japanese Ramen Bowl White Japanese Ramen Bowl
Japanese Ramen Bowl Set - x2 Japanese Ramen Bowl Set - x2
Small Japanese Bowls - Set of 6 Small Japanese Bowls - Set of 6
Traditional Japanese Ramen Bowl Traditional Japanese Ramen Bowl
Set of 5 Japanese Cups Set of 5 Japanese Cups
Red Japanese Tea Bowl Red Japanese Tea Bowl
Set of 2 Japanese Rice Bowls Set of 2 Japanese Rice Bowls
Set of 5 Japanese Bowls - Sakura Set of 5 Japanese Bowls - Sakura
Set of 5 Japanese Bowls - Spring Set of 5 Japanese Bowls - Spring
Japanese Big Bowl - Araumi Japanese Big Bowl - Araumi
Blue Japanese Tea Bowl Blue Japanese Tea Bowl
Donburi Bowl Hokusai Donburi Bowl Hokusai
Japanese Bowl Set - Asanoha Japanese Bowl Set - Asanoha
Matcha Bowl Matcha Bowl
Japanese Rice Bowl Set - x5 Japanese Rice Bowl Set - x5
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Dragon Japanese Ceramic Bowl Dragon Japanese Ceramic Bowl
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Red Japanese Ramen Bowl Red Japanese Ramen Bowl
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Mino Japanese Ceramic Bowl Mino Japanese Ceramic Bowl
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Japanese Cups and Bowls Japanese Cups and Bowls
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Japanese Ramen Bowl Japanese Ramen Bowl
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Japanese Ramen Bowl - Kuro Japanese Ramen Bowl - Kuro
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Japanese Rice Bowl - Kurouzu Japanese Rice Bowl - Kurouzu
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Large Japanese Bowl Large Japanese Bowl
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Seigaiha Rice Bowl Seigaiha Rice Bowl
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Wooden Japanese Bowls Wooden Japanese Bowls
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Japan Rice Bowl Whale Japan Rice Bowl Whale
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Donburi Rice Bowl Donburi Rice Bowl
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Cherry Blossom Bowl Set - x2 Cherry Blossom Bowl Set - x2
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Ramen Noodle Bowl Ramen Noodle Bowl
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Japanese Ceramic Bowl Japanese Ceramic Bowl
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Japanese Rice Bowl Japanese Rice Bowl
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Sakura Rice Bowl Sakura Rice Bowl
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Japanese Matcha Bowl Japanese Matcha Bowl
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Soba Noodle Bowl Soba Noodle Bowl

The aesthetics of Japanese bowls are instantly recognizable, reflecting a culinary tradition that perfectly combines functionality and beauty. From ramen bowls to matcha bowls chawan to bowls donburi with lids, explore the variety of styles and materials that make these bowls unique and indispensable in Japanese cuisine.

Japanese bowls: a promise of generous, tasty dishes

We all have in mind the image of a Japanese bowl filled with ramen, that emblematic dish as hearty as it is comforting. Did you know that this beautiful container is specially designed to enhance the flavors of this dish? The Japanese ramen bowls, whether in ceramic, porcelain or lacquered wood, offer an authentic experience, letting the flavors blend harmoniously. The traditional craftsmanship behind these bowls generously accommodates noodles, toppings, steaming broth and the delicate naruto placed on top.

Japanese tableware also enhances many other meals. The smaller rice bowls can be held in one hand to accompany a subtle miso soup, for example. You'll find them in porcelain finely decorated with cherry blossoms or two-legged cats! Its size also lends itself to a refined dessert.

Do you have a hungry stomach? Turn to large bowls donburi in Mino porcelain to enjoy hearty dishes such as katsudon, gyudon oroyakodon! Featuring an elegant lid, this Japanese bowl will keep your dishes warm and tasty.

Finally, the soba-choko ceramicnoodle bowl is ideal for tasting the famous soba, buckwheat noodles that can be eaten hot or cold.

Japanese bowls and the art of tea drinking

The art of the tea ceremony is emblematic of Japanese culture. The matcha tea bowls chawan in porcelain are the ideal receptacles for drinking tea. Their aesthetics range from fine bluish reflections to an irregular stoneware shape typical of the wabi sabi style, which advocates beauty in imperfection.

The Japanese tea bowls are also used to make the beverage itself. Nothing could be simpler: place your matcha in the bowl, carefully pour in hot water, then whisk the mixture with a chasen (matcha whisk). It's ready!

Japanese tea production also includes green teas such as sensha, hojicha and gyokuro. These are not whipped during preparation, but expertly infused. To take full advantage of their flavor and benefits, they are served in tea bowls with karakusa motifs symbolizing longevity.

So there's no need to go to chashitsu, the pavilion where the traditional tea ceremony takes place, to enjoy matcha or green tea the Japanese way. Do it from home!

As you can see, Japanese bowls are not just functional. They add beauty, elegance and spirituality to your meals or drinks. Japanese bowls can be adapted to many other dishes, from vegetable soups to your daily breakfast! Between kawaii and large bowls (stormy sea), you're bound to find a design that resonates with you.

Discover our collection of Japanese bowls, from ramen bowls to tea bowls, and create an authentic culinary experience that reflects the essence of Japanese cuisine.