This time I would like to introduce Mitsuhiro Hara's ``Jitsuji.''
I purchased this after it was recommended to me by a customer who has been using it for many years!
After actually using it, I was very impressed with its ease of use, so I would like to tell you more about the appeal of Shiruji.
Sharper than ready-made products
I thought it would be quicker to watch it than to explain it, so I took a video this time.
First, please take a look at this.
With this kind of feeling, you can cut it comfortably and sharply.
When you use handmade pour pots, you can't help but worry about them getting dirty on the table or getting them on your hands...
But with this soup made by Mr. Hara through trial and error, there's no need to worry!
You can use it with confidence.
Also, since it comes out thin, it's easy to adjust the appropriate amount.
Elegant shape with just the right amount of handmade feel
Shiruji is often lined up with dishes and utensils.
Because you see it so often, you don't want to ruin the view of the dining table when it's lined up with beautiful dishes and dishes.
It's good to have something stylish, but it doesn't have to be too conspicuous or too plain...
It will make all of your selfish desires come true.
Recommended as a small gift
Natural curvaceous beauty without any artificiality and surprisingly sharp edges.
Shiruji is both beautiful and easy to use, making it a popular item as a thoughtful gift.
Please have fun choosing which color you like.
Mr. Hara's Jutsuji has colored glass in its marble-like lid, and is available in four colors: red, blue, green, and clear.
If you use not only soy sauce but also vinegar and olive oil depending on the color of the lid, you can keep the table area tidy and enjoy your meal more smoothly.
We have many other wonderful glasses, so please take a look if you'd like.