"Okuizome" lacquerware set for baby girls (Black outside, Red inside)

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Minimum quantity for ""Okuizome" lacquerware set for baby girls (Black outside, Red inside)" is 1.

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