- Beautiful small seasoning pot
- Collaboration between modern design and craftsmen
Designed by Osamu Saruyama and made in Shiratake in Hasami, Nagasaki. A white porcelain sauce container, designed by the Azmaya team, and produced seasonally during the year. The white, beautiful and smooth porcelain is baked using domestically-produced natural porcelain stones from the Amakusa region of Kumamoto Prefecture.
The special design of the spout took the team three years before they could finally find the perfect shape to prevent from any dripping. This design also allows the users to pour the most desirable amount of sauce on the food as needed.
The pot is originally designed for soy sauce in Japan, but it is also a perfect container for any kind of liquid sauces including olive oil, lemon juice, or smooth salad sauces.
Dimensions: H7 x Ø6 cm (Spout 3.0 cm)
Place of origin: Nagasaki, Japan