This tableware is inspired by the graceful constellations and the sparkle of the shimmering, eternal stars, which are delicately rendered one by one through Hakuichi’s craftsmanship and modern design concepts.
Tableware that looks like a starry sky
The Kitora Tumulus is said to be the world’s oldest map of the sky. Here, the stars in the sky chart on the ceiling of its stone chamber are represented using gold leaf. The graceful constellations and the sparkle of the shimmering, eternal stars have been brought back to life through Hakuichi’s craftsmanship and modern design concepts.
Only one such starry sky in the world
Each item in the Stardust series is delicately and individually finished by craftsmen using the traditional chirashi technique. This starry sky will be unique to you; no two are the same, making your time with your loved ones brighter. When using this item, we hope that you will take a moment to think about the stars that ancient people used to look up to.
・Because they are handmade, the colors and foil on the actual products will differ from those in the photos.
Notes on ordering
This product is also sold in stores simultaneously, therefore, it may run out of stock before you place your order. We seek your kind understanding.
Precautions when using the product
Can be washed with a soft sponge and mild detergent. Do not use a dishwasher or dryer. Do not use in a microwave oven.