I am a Blue Gokushippo Ju-Bako Box. Are you looking for something? Let me give you a hint. It’s in a porcelain container with a beautiful blue print.
These boxes, otherwise known as "Ju-Bako" are made in porcelain with a unique inban pattern - a transfer printed design created by hand that began during the late Edo period in Japan. Ju-Bako boxes are traditionally multi-tiered containers. They are used for food and often reserved for special occasions like “osechi” (a New Year’s dish) or for sports meetings and cherry blossom viewings. We especially love this concept with Ju-Bako boxes made out of wood. However, although these porcelain Ju-Bako boxes in particular can be stacked, they are so delicate and stunning on their own, that we prefer them as a single layer with lid – ideal for jewelry or other precious personal objects!
Porcelain Blue Gokushippo Box was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Small: 3.5” (w) x 3.5” (l) x 1.9” (h) or 89mm (w) x 89mm (l) x 47mm (h)
Large: 5.1” (w) x 5.1” (l) x 2.1” (h) or 130mm (w) x 130mm (l) x 53mm (h)
Small: 12 oz or 343 g
Large: 28 oz or 794 g
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