Plates

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There are six different colors and designs in total. Each has its own unique characteristics.
Shima White Soy Sauce Plate | Japanese Ceramics
Seto Blue Soy Sauce Plate | Modern Ceramics
Round plate with gray gradient beautiful pattern
Round plate with raised rim. Beautifully it shins. Elegant design will give sophisticated feel to your table.
Round plate with a black and gray pattern. Great Japanese dinner plates for seasonal occasions.
Medium and small plate with deep rust, orange, red glaze encircled with an off-white rim
Black textured plates encircled with an off-white rim
Japanese modern deep blue dinner plate Seto Blue collection
Modern Japanese ceramic dinner plate Shima White glaze deep blue border diffusing to delicate green at rim
Japanese modern salad plate Seto Blue Collection deep blue glaze diffusing to white one edge
Shima White Salad Plate 8"| Modern Japanese Ceramic
White dessert plate Joshua Blue Premium with deep blue moon shaped crescent
Set of 4 accent plates - rich blue peonies and green leaves
Red, blue, yellow, green, gray, square patterns on round dish
Hyotan Accent Plate | Kutani Collection | Japanese Ceramics
Set of 4 accent plates - yellow and white birds flying among spades rich green background
Matte green glazed square plate with circular indented area
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Kake-Tsuki White | Kiln Collection - Final Few
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Red glossy moon-shaped plate with textured surface
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WAZA Tokyo plates are from Japan (except Mami Kanno’s works from France) and made by Japanese ceramists and potters in Japan. We also offer plates that are machine-assist created but are finished by hand which offers beautiful consistency. Various sizes are available and have versatile uses such as dinner, salad, bread, and soy sauce plates.

Note: Ceramic plates, such as Shima White and Seto Blue series, are generally dishwasher/microwave-safe, however, pottery plates, such as Seiren palm-sized plates are usually not.  Please refer to the care instructions on each product page carefully before you purchase. Although pottery plates need to be hand washed, their beauty makes it well worth the effort.  Hand washing also enhances the appreciation of the artist’s craftsmanship.