Kyotoboutique: The Japanese dishes
Since 2006, Kyotoboutique is an online shop specializing in the sale of high quality dishes certified "made in Japan".
You will find in our shop plates, bowls, chopsticks, glasses and cups, utensils and many other items from the land of the sun.
In our eyes, your satisfaction is paramount, that's why we assure you a delivery in 48h by colissimo as well as the guarantee satisfied or refunded. In addition, the company FAMD already has more than 20,000 parcels sent since its creation in 2006, so we have the experience of parcels and make sure that they are perfectly packaged to avoid any breakage during transport.
Do not hesitate to contact us on 02 50 06 18 40 for any question or request for additional information on a particular product.
Japanese crockery is more than just tableware in Japan. Fine and refined, it can sometimes be likened to real works of art. Japanese ceramics is a form of ancestral art and has above all an aesthetic utility. Our shop offers Japanese plates and ceramic bowls, of all sizes and colors, to offer you an elegant Japanese dish service. Of course, how can we talk about Japanese utensils without mentioning the famous Japanese chopsticks? You will find all kinds, ranging from simple wooden chopsticks to Japanese chopsticks and decorated with Japanese motifs. Finally, for all those who wish to avoid the office cafeteria or the fast-food lunch, our selection of bento boxes in stainless steel or traditional offers you the opportunity to eat healthy and balanced even outside of your home.
Nearly one-third of the world's population feeds on chopsticks. They do not just serve to grab food. To cut, to pinch, to mix, to roll, to support, to drain, to separate, the realizable gestures are very varied. In Japanese gastronomy, washoku in Japanese - which was inscribed in the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO in 2013 - only hashi are used, even for soup. Washoku and hashi are inseparable. The hash are practically all made of wood or bamboo in Japan. In Southeast Asian countries where chopsticks are used, they can be found in metal, ivory or plastic.
A bento means a fast meal contained in a box. This small box, almost always compartmentalized, is simply used to present and take lunch for lunch, as well as children who do not always have school canteen that adults for a quick lunch break at their workplaces. The Japanese bentos are almost always homemade and are very inventive, to be as pleasing to the eyes as to the taste buds. Bento boxes are becoming increasingly popular outside Japan. Because of their rather small size, bento can prepare balanced meals, and control portions for those who monitor their line. In addition, there are very original bento shapes that change classic transparent boxes. The homemade boxes are usually surrounded by a furoshiki, a piece of cloth surrounding the box to thermally insulate and knotted above it, making it easier to wear.
They are born in China in the fourth century BC. They will then be reworked by the Japanese. Today we can find everywhere in Asia. In addition to the preparation of tea, it is an object of art and decoration that allows you to add an Asian touch to your interior. The cast iron teapots are unique pieces. They are generally appreciated for their lightness and fluidity in the tea service. The welds are almost invisible and the colors created by the foundry masters are the only ones in the world to reveal exceptional colors.
Make your purchases at the best price and safely with Kyotoboutique!