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$30.10 $30.09

Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, Japanese rolled omelet that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sush...i. This tamagoyaki pan is made of iron with a plastic handle, and features a non-stick coating. The size is wider than a regular tamagoyaki pan, and is ideal for making tamagoyaki for a picnic or party. read more

Kotobuki
$31.03 $30.98

The Kotobuki Crayon Series of colored mugs features whimsical characters that will bring a smile to everybody who uses one. The ve...rsatile size can be used by all ages as a feeding mug, soup mug, large coffee mug, and more. This red dragon design was inspired by the Chinese zodiac calendar. The calendar is based on a 12-year cycle, in which every calendar year within the cycle is represented by a different animal. The animal for any given year is said to have certain qualities and traits that, for a human born in that year, is said to possess as well. Year of The Dragon birth years: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012. People born in the Year of The Dragon are ambitious and like to take risks. They are driven, unafraid of challenges, and like to accomplish things on their own. read more

Kotobuki
$12.44 $9.07

Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

Kotobuki
$50.32 $47.36

Slice, shred, grate and julienne with ease using this multifunction mandoline set. With one of the mandoline attachments snugly in... place on top of the container, prep work becomes quick and easy. The rubber base keeps everything from moving around while processing, while the container neatly catches the sliced vegetables. The attachments neatly stack after use and a cover is included for easy storage. read more

Kotobuki
$30.29 $30.21

This ceramic grater features a clever Mount Fuji design, in recognition of the mountain's 2013 commemoration as a UNESCO World Her...itage Site. The flat, abrasive surface sits atop the mountain and is perfect for grating ginger, garlic, wasabi and other root vegetables. With its attractive design, the grater can not only be used for preparing grated items, but for presenting and serving them as well. Dishwasher safe. read more

Kotobuki
$19.21 $18.97

This small vase is perfect for a few flower stems, or a creative arrangement of flower clippings. The size is just right to add a ...small accent to any room in the house and is a fun and easy way, when filled with flowers, to bring a little bit of nature indoors. read more

Kotobuki
$55.00 $50.27

Yukihira pans evolved from metal cookware that was introduced to Japan in the Meiji era in the late 19th century. Traditionally, y...ukihira pans are made from sheets of hammered aluminum. The dimples that result from the hammering are the signature feature of a yukihira pan's appearance and also prevent food from sticking and burning. As a result of its utilitarian design as well as its simple but pleasing aesthetics, yukihira pans are one of the most widely used cookware vessels found in home and commercial kitchens across Japan. This yukihira pan is an evolution of traditional yukihira pans. By using stainless steel instead of aluminum, it increases the durability of the pan and also allows for compatibility with Induction Heat (IH) cooktops. Two spouts allow for pouring from either side of the pan. The pan is 8-Inch in diameter and has a capacity of approximately 64 ounces. There are markings on the inside of the pan of 800, 1200 and 1600 milliliters. read more

Kotobuki
$57.10 $57.02

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The design on this pot is called "sensuji" or "1,000 lines" after the many precisely crafted vertical lines adorning the exterior of the pot. The pot is accented with a gold and black finish. This pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. Stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$80.00 $69.63

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The black, brushed look of the pot is a classic Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$30.96 $28.50

The Kotobuki Crayon Series of colored mugs features whimsical characters that will bring a smile to everybody who uses one. The ve...rsatile size can be used by all ages as a feeding mug, soup mug, large coffee mug, and more. read more

Kotobuki
$23.14 $20.01

This rice paddle stands on its end thanks to a weighted handle. Since the end of the handle is slightly curved, the paddle amusing...ly swings and sways when you put it down. A non-stick surface prevents rice from sticking to the scoop. read more

Kotobuki
$38.60 $37.86

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This large rectangular tray measures 18-3/4 inches long, and is a great size for bar or tea service, hors d'oeuvres, or even breakfast in bed. High-Gloss, red lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$25.74 $25.71

This pair of tongs stands on its end thanks to a weighted handle. Since the end of the handle is slightly curved, the tongs amusin...gly swing and sway without falling over. read more

Kotobuki
$31.74 $30.08

While there is only one grammatically correct way to write fukuro (owl) in Japanese, the word is often written with kanji characte...rs which are homonyms for "luck" or "bringing luck". For this reason, in Japan owls have long been seen as a harbinger of good luck and more recently, as in western culture, symbols of wisdom. This covered mug features a wise owl with gold accents and on the mug the Japanese word for owl are written both in English and in kanji. read more

Kotobuki
$21.19 $18.42

Kotobuki knives are made in Japan where knives are made for a specific use and purpose with a unique shape. These knives have a hi...gh quality stainless blade that keeps it's edge and is easy to clean. Fruit or picnic knife with wood cover and handle. Blade length: 3-3/4-inch Hand wash with a mild detergent and wipe dry. Sharpen with a whetstone. read more

Kotobuki
$11.42 $10.85

These chopsticks are a fun mix of cultures and pop-influenced fashion and styles. The chopsticks measure 8-1/4 Inch long and are m...ade in Japan. read more

Kotobuki
$99.95 $91.95

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The silver and turquoise brushed look of the pot is a classic Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. Stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$23.94 $20.01

This rice paddle stands on its end thanks to a weighted handle. Since the end of the handle is slightly curved, the paddle amusing...ly swings and sways when you put it down. A non-stick surface prevents rice from sticking to the scoop. read more

Kotobuki
$12.03 $12.02

Kotobuki knives are made in Japan where knives are made for a specific use and purpose with a unique shape. These knives have a hi...gh quality stainless blade that keeps it's edge and is easy to clean. Fruit or picnic knife with wood cover and handle. Blade length: 3-3/4-inch Hand wash with a mild detergent and wipe dry. Sharpen with a whetstone. read more

Kotobuki
$49.79 $49.76

Slice, shred, grate and julienne with ease using this multifunction mandoline set. With one of the mandoline attachments snugly in... place on top of the container, prep work becomes quick and easy. The rubber base keeps everything from moving around while processing, while the container neatly catches the sliced vegetables. The attachments neatly stack after use and a cover is included for easy storage. read more

Kotobuki
$32.15 $31.97

This mug features a colorful assortment of pop-inspired flowers and colors on a black background. The mug comes with a lid to help... keep your beverage warm. read more

Kotobuki
$75.86 $75.61

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The copper and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a sophisticated feel. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$9.51 $9.47

These chopsticks are a fun mix of cultures and pop-influenced fashion and styles. The chopsticks measure 8-1/4 Inch long and are m...ade in Japan. read more

Kotobuki
$26.30 $25.73

This small vase is perfect for a few flower stems, or a creative arrangement of flower clippings. The size is just right to add a ...small accent to any room in the house and is a fun and easy way, when filled with flowers, to bring a little bit of nature indoors. read more

Kotobuki
$20.95 $20.78

This small vase is perfect for a few flower stems, or a creative arrangement of flower clippings. The size is just right to add a ...small accent to any room in the house and is a fun and easy way, when filled with flowers, to bring a little bit of nature indoors. read more

Kotobuki
$30.44 $30.42

The Kotobuki Crayon Series of colored mugs features whimsical characters that will bring a smile to everybody who uses one. The ve...rsatile size can be used by all ages as a feeding mug, soup mug, large coffee mug, and more. This brown horse design was inspired by the Chinese zodiac calendar. The calendar is based on a 12-year cycle, in which every calendar year within the cycle is represented by a different animal. The animal for any given year is said to have certain qualities and traits that, for a human born in that year, is said to possess as well. Year of The Horse birth years: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014. People born in the Year of The Horse are honest, friendly, and open-minded. They are energetic and outgoing, and enjoy being the center of attention. read more

Kotobuki
$10.02 $10.01

Kotobuki knives are made in Japan where knives are made for a specific use and purpose with a unique shape. These knives have a hi...gh quality stainless blade that keeps it's edge and is easy to clean. Fruit or picnic knife with wood cover and handle. Blade length: 3-3/4-inch Hand wash with a mild detergent and wipe dry. Sharpen with a whetstone. read more

Kotobuki
$12.39 $11.77

The Kotobuki Crayon Series of colored mugs features whimsical characters that will bring a smile to everybody who uses one. The ve...rsatile size can be used by all ages as a feeding mug, soup mug, large coffee mug, and more. This gold boar design was inspired by the Chinese zodiac calendar. The calendar is based on a 12-year cycle, in which every calendar year within the cycle is represented by a different animal. The animal for any given year is said to have certain qualities and traits that, for a human born in that year, is said to possess as well. Year of The Boar birth years: 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007. People born in the Year of The Boar are compassionate and generous. Boars enjoy helping others, but rarely ask others for help. read more

Kotobuki
$28.06 $27.48

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter. The tray has a high-gloss red lacquer interior finish and black exterior finish. read more

Kotobuki
$33.10 $33.06

Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, rolled omelette that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sushi. The ...curved shape of this tamagoyaki pan makes rolling the omelette easier, and the nonstick surface ensures a perfect looking omelette every time. Unlike most tamagoyaki pans, the handle of this pan is attached at a 90 degree angle, making usage less awkward. Spatula included. read more

Kotobuki
$24.86 $19.65

This rice paddle stands on its end thanks to a weighted handle. Since the end of the handle is slightly curved, the paddle amusing...ly swings and sways when you put it down. A non-stick surface prevents rice from sticking to the scoop. read more

Kotobuki
$20.28 $19.99

Kotobuki knives are made in Japan where knives are made for a specific use and purpose with a unique shape. These knives have a hi...gh quality stainless blade that keeps it's edge and is easy to clean. Fruit or picnic knife with wood cover and handle. Blade length: 3-3/4-inch Hand wash with a mild detergent and wipe dry. Sharpen with a whetstone. read more

Kotobuki
$17.75 $17.33

In Japan, goldfish are lucky symbols of fortune. This orange goldfish wind chime is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan.... Iwate prefecture has been home to the finest ironware producers for many centuries and wares from this area are respected for their excellent craftsmanship. read more

Kotobuki
$12.21 $11.99

This black whale wind chime is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has been home to the finest ironwar...e producers for many centuries and wares from this area are respected for their excellent craftsmanship. read more

Kotobuki
$12.24 $11.99

In Japan, turtles symbolize longevity and happiness. This green turtle wind chime is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan.... Iwate prefecture has been home to the finest ironware producers for many centuries and wares from this area are respected for their excellent craftsmanship. read more

Kotobuki
$53.19 $53.18

Cook fluffy, glistening rice in this earthen pot. In addition to cooking plain rice, this pot is great for making rice with variou...s ingredients, known in Japan as "takikomi gohan". Recipes for takikomi gohan usually begin with a light dashi broth used as the cooking liquid in place of water and can include scant amounts of soy sauce, mirin and sake for additional flavoring. Vegetable and meat ingredients are then added. Some of the more popular takikomi dishes include matsutake gohan (matsutake mushroom rice), tai meshi (rice with sea bream fish) and gomoku gohan (rice with a combination of five ingredients). Not recommended for use in microwave. read more

Kotobuki
$25.65 $24.37

Sword making history in Japan dates back over 1,000 years, when master sword smiths practiced their craft making weapons for warri...ors. Modern Japanese kitchen knives are a descendant of these renowned swords, as evidenced in the details, ideals and spirit that have been passed down through generations that go into each tool. This particular knife has a santoku shape. Santoku shaped knives have a flatter cutting edge than a traditional western chef's knife, with very little upward curve at the tip. Therefore, this knife excels at tasks that require a single downward cut rather than a rocking motion, making it a good choice for prep work such as slicing, dicing and mincing. read more

Kotobuki
$28.05 $26.65

This pan is ideal for stir fry dishes where frequent movement of ingredients is necessary for quick, even cooking. The pan is 2-3/...8 Inch in height on the shallow end near the handle and gradually increases to 3-5/8 Inch in height on the opposite end. The handle is mounted high, near the edge of the shallow end. Thanks to this clever engineering, picking up the pan by the handle and flicking it back and forth remains easy on the wrist, while the generous height of the tall end ensures a mess-free experience when tossing and flipping food. Whether stir frying vegetables, noodles, making fried rice, or even omelets and pancakes, this pan is an easy to use, versatile tool that would find a home in any kitchen. read more

Kotobuki
$51.88 $40.76

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This large rectangular tray measures 18-3/4 inches long, and is a great size for bar or tea service, hors d'oeuvres, or even breakfast in bed. High-gloss, white lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$66.71 $63.37

Ikebana, the Japanese discipline of flower arranging, has a history over 600 years old. The term Ikebana is a combination of the w...ords living and flower, and at its most basic it is a way to showcase the natural beauty of flowers through emphasizing shape, line, and form. Although Ikebana is a creative expression, different Schools of teaching have different rules. Even within Schools, many different styles of arrangements are often practiced. Some classical styles of arrangement can carry very particular tenets for practitioners to follow, while modern styles of arrangement may be more relaxed, allowing arrangements to be more free-formed. Choosing an appropriate Vase for a flower arrangement is an important part of showcasing the flower's natural beauty. This modern Ikebana Vase is black with an interesting circle-in-square design. read more

Kotobuki
$64.95 $47.32

Ikebana, the Japanese discipline of flower arranging, has a history over 600 years old. The term Ikebana is a combination of the w...ords living and flower, and at its most basic it is a way to showcase the natural beauty of flowers through emphasizing shape, line, and form. Although Ikebana is a creative expression, different Schools of teaching have different rules. Even within Schools, many different styles of arrangements are often practiced. Some classical styles of arrangement can carry very particular tenets for practitioners to follow, while modern styles of arrangement may be more relaxed, allowing arrangements to be more free-formed. Choosing an appropriate Vase for a flower arrangement is an important part of showcasing the flower's natural beauty. This round Ikebana Vase has a Lobed side and an attractive green and bisque finish, accented with textured concentric circles. read more

Kotobuki
$26.69 $21.42

Paring knives are ideal for peeling and slicing fruits and vegetables. They are also great all around utility knives for small, qu...ick jobs. read more

Kotobuki
$99.95 $70.86

Donabe are earthenware vessels used to make "nabemono", a warming one-pot meal popular during the winter. Traditionally, a portabl...e stove is placed in the center of the table and the pot is filled with broth and ingredients. There are many different variations of nabemono. Broths can be as simple as water flavored with a little bit of dried kelp, to stronger tastes made with chicken stock or miso. Ingredients often include seafood, poultry, pork, vegetables, tofu and udon. Nabemono is meant to be eaten as a communal meal, where diners sit around the table and pick items directly from the pot. This donabe "hot pot" is made in Shigaraki, Japan, one of the six ancient kiln sites in the country, with a long history of producing glazed stoneware. read more

Kotobuki
$50.17 $50.16

An appropriate knife for the task at hand not only ensures that the job is done properly, but also makes the slicing, chopping and... filleting easier. Japanese kitchen knives are made in an array of shapes to suit specific uses. Made to time-honored standards and exacting detail, this knife set offers three of the most commonly used shapes in the Japanese kitchen. The deba knife has a thick spine, gradually narrowing to the knife's edge. This detail, along with the single-edged blade, allows for easy processing of whole fish and large fish fillets into smaller pieces. The yanagi knife is long and narrow and is the tool of choice when slicing fish for presentation for sashimi and sushi. Like the deba, it is beveled and sharpened on one side of the blade only. The single-edged blade, as well as its long and narrow shape, allow the user to slice the fish in one smooth motion, eliminating any damage or tears to the flesh. The nakiri knife has a rectangular shape with squared corners and a thin profile. It excels at cutting vegetables, even making easy work of processing an onion or cabbage into very thin slices. read more

Kotobuki
$59.95 $40.76

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This large rectangular tray measures 18-3/4 Inch long and is a great size for bar or tea service, hors d'oeuvres, or even breakfast in bed. Attractive mottled semi-matte black finish. read more

Kotobuki
$52.82 $52.79

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This large rectangular tray measures 18-3/4 Inch long and is a great size for bar or tea service, hors d'oeuvres, or even breakfast in bed. High-gloss, gray lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$44.95 $31.89

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter and has an attractive, mottled semi-matte black finish. read more

Kotobuki
$18.95 $17.42

This knife is not only great in the kitchen, but on the go as well. The stainless steel 3-5/8 inch blade that folds into the rosew...ood handle is sharp and long enough for many small and medium tasks. Not only handy in the kitchen, this versatile knife will find a home in a picnic basket, backpack, tackle box, tool chest, or any place where convenience, compactness and durability are important. Plastic sheath included. read more

Kotobuki
$30.10 $30.09

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the eddo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japa...n as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter and has a high-gloss persimmon-colored orange lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$16.25 $15.67

This knife is not only great in the kitchen, but on the go as well. The stainless steel 2-5/8 inch blade that folds into the rosew...ood handle is sharp and long enough for many small and medium tasks. Not only handy in the kitchen, this versatile knife will find a home in a picnic basket, backpack, tackle box, tool chest, or any place where convenience, compactness and durability are important. Plastic sheath included. read more

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