Vue NJ, formerly known as NJ Vue, a premier luxury lifestyle magazine featured Syosaku-Japan on their latest article.
Mentioned in the article is Urushi Glass Plate in Majestic Blue color with Gold Leaf. The said Japanese lacquer has 9,000 years of history. Urushi before is sensitive to dishwasher and cutleries resulting in scratches. Flaking was also a problem for this lacquer due to long exposure to a dry climate. A ground-breaking technology invention in Japan made it resistant to scratch and flaking.
"Syosaku’s Japanese Urushi Glass Charger Plate offers the perfect serving plate for a show stopping, front-and-center dish on the table. The majestic blue design with gold leaf detailing presents a piece of art to rest any culinary masterpiece. This plate is 100-percent dishwasher safe."
The article "26 Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Ideas 2021" is written by Karlo Sta Cruz.
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Syosaku published a new press release about its continued partnership with De Gustibus Cooking School.
Syosaku continues its partnership with De Gustibus Cooking School, a culinary institution based in Macy's Herald Square in New York. A year after the partnership launched, Syosaku continues to be part of the recognized culinary school's sole provider of Japanese knives.
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