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A handcrafted gift idea for foodies…

If you’re stumped over what to get the foodie who has everything, look no further for than Setamono’s gorgeous and unique Japanese Homeware.

Food and cooking have become more than just a basic human need. Creating, preparing, and designing food dishes has become an art. From the recipe itself to the cutlery, utensils and presentation, cooking has never been more innovative and enticing, becoming an enjoyable experience for all.

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Setamono Tableware specialises in handmade Japanese artisanal ceramics sourced from small Japanese cottage factories. So, no two pieces are the same, bringing an element of individuality to the table. The curves, textures, glazes and colours used are synonymous with the Japanese way of pottery and ceramics, making them a stand out feature for any table setting. The collection offers a huge variety of plates, bowls, pourers, platters, linen, tea cups and pots with a strong aesthetic and functional appeal.

Setamono also stocks the largest range of Japanese Hibachi Grills in Africa. Using either Binchotan or regular charcoal as fuel, these grills are lightweight, perfectly portable and are ideal for inside grilling (with Binchotan) and apartment living! Choose from a selection of handmade Konro grills made from Diatomite blocks mined and assembled by hand, or a Hida Konro Table grill wrapped in traditional Washi paper, a round or rectangular Shichirin Table grill or lastly an Outdoor camping grill that won a Japanese Good Design Award.

Whether as a gift or spoiling yourself … you simply cannot go wrong with these truly magnificent Japanese works of art.

Details: setamono.co.za

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