Hakusan Porcelain - G-type Soy Sauce Dispenser 160ml, Brown
Masahiro Mori Design Soy Sauce Dispenser
Designed by Masahiro Mori. Good Design Awarded Japan in 1961, Long Life Design Award Japan in 1977.
First made in 1958, when there was no functional and modern porcelain soy sauce dispenser yet. Stable form, easy to hold, the spout is designed to avoid liquid dripping. This is a great bottle for any sauce, vinegar or olive oil too.
Designer Masahiro Mori
Masahiro Mori (1927-2005) is one of Japan's most famous porcelain designers. Studied at the department of industrial design of the Tama art university and started his career as a designer with Hakusan Porcelain from 1956. Started with the prize for the G-type soy sauce server, he has received many national/international awards for his work in his lifetime.
He was like, "My pleasure as a designer is to conceive of forms for daily use, and to create pieces for production in the factory so that many people can appreciate and enjoy using them." He worked to design ceramic tablewares suitable for the Japanese lifestyle in post-World War II. His timeless, simple and beautiful pieces have always been known and loved worldwide.
W 10cm x L 7cm x H 9cm
- Oven safe