Casually add an ethnic mood to the table. Can be used in the microwave or oven! A small gratin dish from the Maharaja series.
Bankoyaki ware made using traditional techniques.
Bankoyaki porcelain is one of many traditional crafts that has superior heat resistance. It is classified as semi-porcelain which possesses features of both ceramic and porcelain.
Bankoyaki is one of the local industries representing the Yokkaichi city in Mie Prefecture. In 1979 Jan. 12th, it was designated as one of the traditional crafts of Japan. The ware boasts high heat resistance, for which Bankoyaki purple-clay tea pots and earthen pots are famous.
●Made in: Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture
●Brand Name: Bankoyaki
●Size: 16.5 x 12.2 x 3.5cm
●Weight (Product only) [g]: 230
●Weight (Packaging materials incl.) [g]: 270
●Handling Instruction: Do not use over direct heat.
*Designed for use in a microwave or oven. Resistant to temperature variations of more than 150℃.
*Can be used in an oven or a microwave.
*Item will be manufactured after order placement should it be out of stock. Therefore, depending on the item, delivery may be delayed. Please contact customer service regarding the delivery date.
Item No. W07862
Item weight 270.00g