Japanese-style tableware is mainly made of porcelain and wood and bamboo. The ceramic tableware is mainly white glaze and Longquan celadon. The wood and bamboo tableware should be in natural colors and not carved. The material itself has a kind of antique aura, and it has a strong cultural and artistic meaning. The styles of Japanese tableware are divided into very fine details. There are professional bowls for meals and beef ramen, and they cannot be used interchangeably. Dishes containing different dishes have to be separated. The lines of the drawing are mostly Japanese traditional design styles. Most of them use petal patterns, mainly Japanese painting of cherry blossoms. One of the key characteristics of Japanese food is that it is small in size and famous for its exquisiteness and exquisiteness. If everyone has carefully observed it, they will find that there are many small and medium-sized Japanese-style tableware, which are the characteristics of their dining habits.
Those who love Japanese tableware must want to experience the Japanese dining atmosphere, so they must purchase complete sets of equipment when purchasing. When I ate, I was all alone with a set of tableware, and the separate meals had to be separated. This is different from our Chinese habit of serving all dishes on the same plate. The Japanese-style tableware of the complete set of equipment includes one rice work, one mixing spoon, one dipping plate, one dish, one round bowl, and one pair of solid wood chopsticks. There are also chopstick holders prepared in advance, because Japanese dining etiquette is that wooden chopsticks must be placed on the chopstick holder. Therefore, when buying Japanese-style tableware, you should buy a complete set of equipment, so that you can feel the pure Japanese breeze.
The application of Japanese-style tableware is very important. First, some tableware must be used when eating. For example, tableware with a diameter of less than 15 cm, such as work, round bowls, and saucers, needs to be lifted; second, When drinking porridge, hold the round bowl up and use it with both hands. If you hand over the round bowl that someone else will pass, you must use both hands to pick it up. Third, if there is a lid on the tableware, pull it open with both hands and hold it with your right hand. With the tableware, open the lid with the left hand, and then put the bowl lid upside down on the table, and put the lid in the original place after use; fourth, when holding the chopsticks, take the ring finger, middle thumb and thumb of the left hand from the upper side, right hand Close your four fingers to the supporting point under the wooden chopsticks. Be sure to hold the chopsticks in this position.