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My first impression of this bowl was that it was a small bowl with a beautiful appearance, but it was surprisingly deep and could hold enough rice and other ingredients to satisfy even an adult man, making it a wonder and attractive bowl.

Male staff at Shokunin.com, Kyoto

Seiryugama's Donburi
https://www.shokunin.com/en/seiryu/donburi.html

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[Avocado Cream]

We would like to introduce you the cool avocado cream that is perfect for summer.

The light green cream tastes and smells as fresh as it looks. A squeeze of lemon juice prevents the avocado from discoloring and adds even more freshness to the flavor. The resulting cream can be served in the Sobachoko, with the Jam Spoon, on bread.

Okubo House Mokkosha's Bread Plate shown in the photo is a dish that prevents bread from steaming. By planing toward the center, the bread hits the plate at a point rather than a surface, allowing steam to escape. The very popular bread plate, which allows you to enjoy your bread to the very end, is currently in stock.

Avocado Cream - 2 servings

*Ingredients
1 ripe avocado
1/2 lemon
1/4 onion
50ml fresh cream
A pinch of salt
Parsley of adequate dose (if available)

*Directions
Remove the skin and seeds from the avocado and place in a mortar. When it becomes a paste, add the lemon juice. Grate the onions. Add the onion to the first mixture. Cut the lemon zest after squeezing the juice into thin slices and chop. Add the cream and chopped lemon zest to the paste. Mix and season with salt to taste. Sprinkle with parsley, if desired.

Okubo House Mokkosha's Bread Plate
https://www.shokunin.com/en/okubo/pan.html
Okubo House Mokkosha's Jam Spoon
https://www.shokunin.com/en/okubo/jam.html
Seiryugama's Soba Set
https://www.shokunin.com/en/seiryu/soba.html
Yamatada Katoen's JUJU mortier Mortar
https://www.shokunin.com/en/yamatada/suribachi.html
Ceramic Japan's Moderato
https://www.shokunin.com/en/ceramicjapan/moderato.html

Reference
https://www.cuisineaz.com/recettes/creme-d-avocat-13684.aspx

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Even though the temperature is rising and the days are getting hot and humid, somehow more and more people are looking at iron kettles and frying pans in our showroom.

We thought it might have something to do with sweat, so we looked up the relationship between sweat and iron, and found out that sweating not only causes water and minerals to flow out, but also iron along with the sweat.

Iron is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout the body in the blood. Therefore, if there is a lack of iron, the body will not be able to receive enough oxygen, and anemia can easily occur.

Anemia can cause various disorders such as dizziness, headache, stiff shoulders, ringing in the ears, pale complexion, palpitations and shortness of breath, tiredness, lethargy, dry skin, hair loss, deformed nails, and glucophagia. Perhaps the increase in the number of people looking at iron kettles and iron pans was due to the fact that it was getting hotter and their bodies were in need of iron.

Let's get through the heat wave by supplementing iron using our daily cooking utensils!

Chobundo's Natsume Tetsubin
https://www.shokunin.com/en/chobundo/
FD Style's Frying Pan
https://www.shokunin.com/en/fdstyle/fryingpan.html
Rikucho Ogasawara's Onigiri Iron Plate
https://www.shokunin.com/en/rikucho/onigiri.html
Yamada Kogyosho's Uchidashi Katatenabe
https://www.shokunin.com/en/yamada/

References
https://www.taiyokagaku.com/lab/mineral_story/09/
https://weathernews.jp/s/topics/202012/170345/
https://www9.nhk.or.jp/gatten/articles/20180425/index.html