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Akazuki offers a wide selection of plates in accordance with the different branches of Japanese cuisine. They come in different sizes and shapes and are mainly made of ceramic. Manufacturing processes vary by region of production and manufacturing tradition. For example  Arita, Hasami, Mino, Banko are the most famous location !

Thus, There are several categories of Japanese plates :

– Round Japanese small plates specially designed for condiments or sauce, especially soy sauce.

– Rectangular Japanese plates for sushi or sashimi (raw fish served without rice). Their uses often vary depending on the cuisine proposal, so sushi plates can be used for meat, yakitoris (Japanese kebabs) and other specialties.

– Hollow oval plates specially designed for rice dishes in sauce.

– Round  plates , flat or hollow corresponding more to our European standards.

We offer exactly what you need for your restaurant or shop, whatever the audience or type of cuisine. We also offer to simplify your choice of tableware and  dishes that include everything you need for a coordinate service. Modern or traditional style, the plates that we offer are made in Japan products with certainly the best quality standards .


3 Types of  Plates that You Should Know 

Do you want to serve a Japanese meal in a traditional Japanese setting? Offering your favorite people a traditional dining experience will make them remember your place forever.

In this post, you’ll learn about traditional Japanese plates and their function in Japanese meal.

Chu-zara (Medium Plate)

It is usually used to serve the main dish. You can also use it for sushi or yakitori.

In a table setting with big-serving plates and bowls, chu-zara are individual plates.

In a non-typical setting, these plates are perfect for curry, toast, pasta, and more.

Chu-zara comes in a variety of shapes, designs, and materials for different table settings and seasons.

Ko-zara (Small Plate)

You can use Ko-zara to serve side dishes such as snacks and desserts.

These small plates can also be used for pickles or cold Tofu.

You can use it as an extra plate or as an accent for the table setting.

They come in different colors and shapes for creating a beautiful table setting.

Mame-zara (Tiny Plate)

These tiny plates are for soy sauce, spices, or garnish (such as grated ginger, green onion) for cold soba.

You can also use mama-zara for other small ingredients or as a chopstick rest. They make an ideal choice for restaurant dining party.

Japanese plates wholesaler