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In Okinawa, "Makai" is a type of tableware traditionally used for soba and rice bowl dishes.There are 5different designs to choose from①Fish:...
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In Okinawa, "Makai" is a type of tableware traditionally used for soba and rice bowl dishes.

There are 5
different designs to choose from

①Fish: A
traditional Okinawan fish pattern, signifying prosperity and happiness.

②Whale Shark: A whale shark, the village fish of Yomitan, sits in
the centre of the place. Hibiscus decorate the borders in typical Okinawan fashion

③Sea Turtle: A sea turtle lies in the centre of the dish, visiting the village
of Yomitan to lay its eggs. Hibiscus decorate the borders in typical Okinawan

④Shell ginger: The centre of the plant, known as sannin in Okinawa, has
long been an crucial part of people's lives. It’s used as a medicinal herb, to
ward off evil spirits, and to wrap rice cakes and Jushi (Okinawan style seasoned

⑤Hibiscus: Hibiscus is the flower of the southern islands and has been a part
of Okinawan life since ancient times. It’s a beautiful flower that gives people
brightness and energy.

Diameter: 18cm

Weight: 450g

Please note

(1) Yachimun
products are all lovingly hand-made, ensuring only the highest quality products
are on offer. There may be slight differences in pattern, shape and color, and products
appear slightly different to how they are listed on our website.

(2) Listed items are
also being sold in the Yomitan Village and may be out of stock at time of
purchase. In cases where products are unavailable, orders may be cancelled and

  • Microwave oven→ Usable
  • Oven → Unusable
  • Dishwasher - Usable, but not recommended.
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