In Japan, miso soup and white rice make up the central dishes of the traditional Japanese breakfast. The soup has been a favorite of commoners and royalty alike for many centuries, but there are also many other dishes involving breakfast. They are all quite small, some include egg, fish, and nattō which is a fermented soy bean. The soup is usually served in lacquer bowls with lids and drunk directly from the bowl, though the solid ingredients are eaten with chopsticks. See "Miso soup". Wikipedia. Retrieved 2016-09-01.
|Item Condition||A Japanese manufacturer applied wood grain color on this plastic bowl, perfectly resembling shiny lacquerware. The bowl is in excellent condition and safe for dining. Please see pictures.|
|Craft Media||Plastic Working|
|Merchandise||Miso Soup Bowls|
|Original Box/Packaging||Not included.|
|Measure 1||2.75" (height) x 4" (Diameter Rim)|
|Total Weight||4 oz|
|Image Type||Wood Grain Paint|