Soy Sauce Pot

Multi-award-winning soy sauce dispenser designed by Mori Masahiro in the 1960s.

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Designed by Mori Masahiro, this soy sauce dispenser received the Good Design Prize award in 1960. In 1977, it received the Good Design Long Life Prize. The spout is shaped in such a way as to avoid the soy sauce dripping after pouring.

Material: porcelain

Available in two sizes: S and L

Dishwasher safe.

Only lightly tilt the spout when pouring the sauce to avoid clogging.

Box size S: L6.8 cm x W6.6 cm x H8.1 cm

Product size S: H7.2 cm x Ø5.6 cm

Box size L: ‎L8.1 cm x W7.9 cm x H9.6 cm

Product size L: H9 cm x Ø6.8 cm

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