Made In Japan

Ceramics and tableware from small, family-run Japanese businesses.
Hudson Brown
Published on August 09, 2019
Updated on November 19, 2019


If you've ever wondered where popular restaurants such as Attica, Tokyo Tina and Vue De Monde get their Japanese tableware — Made in Japan is the answer. For the last 25 years, the small, family-run business has been working directly with Japanese ceramicists to bring quality plates, bowls, sauce dishes and chopstick holders to our shores, while also cutting out the excess cost of middlemen and unnecessary packaging. And it's not just restaurants they supply, as Made in Japan's South Melbourne showroom showcases an assortment of contemporary ceramics, so you can take your home tableware game to the next level.


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