Shoyu Sachi

It’s hard to imagine any Japanese meal without soy sauce. Having a pot of it on the table is a must. This shoyu sachi, しょうゆ差し, comes with a lid, but can also be used without, as a simple small sauce or milk jug.
This product can be combined with the “tsukezara” and “kozara” models, part of the same collection, as in the second and third photos.

Japan is a collection that tells of the oxymorons and unfailing beauty of mingei: the folk art of Japan. Countless rules, as rigid as they are implicit, meet with an unprecedented appreciation of imperfection, creating a story of ceramics with a Zen personality and a Wabi-sabi aesthetic. In the spirit of storytelling, each object is studied on the basis of tradition and reinterpreted with a minimalist language that makes it contemporary.

Moulded on the lathe, the earth shows itself under a layer of crystalline enamel or a light satin white, allowing the natural variations of the material to be appreciated.

Approximate dimensions: ⌀ 6 x h 10 cm

Suitable for food use and dishwasher.

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Delivery times will respect the rhythm of those who have worked on this project with care. For beautiful things you have to know how to wait.

28,00  Euro

1 in stock

Find out who made this item

After years spent designing and cooking, with a degree in architecture and many cooking courses, Giulia realized that her happiness lay somewhere between her passion for design and her passion for food, so in 2021 she decided to leave her desk to dedicate herself to ceramics and fully pursue her great passions.

Thus Giulia Valentino ceramics was born, a project whose mission is to bring her stories, made not of words but of earth, patiently treated and worked by hand, into modern homes. Stories from the past, future prospects, testimonies of travel, encounters and knowledge.
Awareness of the durability of ceramic artifacts generates a responsibility that the craftsman must accept and elaborate, slowly, to create beauty capable of communicating, so quality is one of the major values underlying this small, well-kept project.