Mamezara Tiny Plate under 10cm

Japanese mamezara, Arita, Imari, Hasami, studio1156

In Japanese, mame originally means beans, and signify tiny/small, then Zara (sara) means dish in general. The small Mamezara plates – varied with its shapes, patterns, decorations have been admired in Japan, and due to the vast array of design and the moderate price, those plates are especially popular with collectors, who enjoy finding their favorites. 

They are perfect for condiments, pickles, olives, sauces, dips, small sweets, sugar cubes, Shoyu—Soy Sauce, and even accessories.