A favorite prep counter standard in Placewares' kitchen
Our Japanese sauce bottles are in constant rotation between the kitchen countertop and the tabletop. They are handy enough to have at easy reach when in the kitchen and good-looking enough to be on the tabletop. We use ours for frequently used sauces and creams like soy sauce and liquid amino acids, or half-and-half for tea and coffee.
The spout uses a water-repellent coat that prevents its liquid contents from spilling.
The maker is a Japanese porcelain-producing company based in Arita, Japan where porcelain has been manufactured for 400 years. They continue to use traditional techniques mixed with modern methods, the perfect distillation of their vision for their future.