Traditional lacquerware set used for the "Okuizome" ritual that wishes the child's growth at 100 days after birth
"Okuizome" is the Japanese ritual of "the first meal" when a baby becomes 100 days old, wishing for the baby having no trouble eating food throughout his or her life. (* It's an imitation of eating food as a baby can't eat in reality in this period.)
Lacquer tableware for boys is vermillion both outside and inside; for girls, the outside is black and the inside vermillion.
This set is for girls.
Comes with instructions for each tableware. (in Japanese only)
*The size is approximate.
Do not use a dishwasher, microwave, oven, etc.
Do not expose to direct fire.
Do not use a scrubbing brush or abrasive.
You can use a neutral detergent.
Shipment timing: Ship out within 7 days after receiving the order, when in stock
Weight: (approx.) 1,195 g
Product size (length, width, depth): (approx.) (Four-legged Tray) 26.0 X 26.0 X 8.5 cm, (Rice Bowl) Diameter 8.7 X H 6.0 cm, (Soup Bowl with Lid) Diameter 8.0 X H 6.3 cm, (Flat Bowl with Lid), Diameter 9.6 X H 5.3 cm, (Cylinder Bowl) Diameter 7.8 X H 6.3 cm, (Dish with Leg) Diameter 7.8 X H 4.5 cm
Color: Outside Black, inside Red inside
Material: Urushi Lacquer, Wood composite resin * Lacquer is applied to the base material of wood composite resin (also known as "Mokkan") made by mixing wood powder and molding resin.
Country of origin: Japan