Soy sauce is a staple seasoning in Japanese cuisine because it nicely compliments sushi, sashimi, senbei, and other Japanese foods. In most Japanese restaurants, you could virtually see everyone pouring soy sauce into small dishes. And as we all know it, Japanese people always find surprising ways to amaze the world. Since most people are using soy sauce to season their foods, a 3D real design studio came up with an extraordinary soy sauce dish. As you pour the sauce into the plates, they reveal hidden paintings that will surely astonish you.
Re’De’Stu, a Japanese design studio that specializes in producing products using 3D print technology, introduces the Photoreal Soy Sauce Dish-enman series. The studio creates the hidden paintings by using a high-definition 3D printer which is then cast into a mold. Each soy sauce dish is made of bright white porcelain coated with thin glaze to make the pattern more visible. At first, the small plate may seem to feature simple engraving on its surface. But when you pour the sauce into it, it amazingly reveals an intricate painting with elaborate details.
The awesome soy sauce dish is available in four different designs featuring national symbols of Japan such as Mount Fuji and Itsukushima Shrine. The other two designs feature the animals that Japanese people love the most – cat and dog. You can buy these magical plates on the studio’s online shop for ¥1,080 ($10) each. Turn your every meal more artistic and exciting with these stunning sauce plates. And discover the beauty of Japan while you enjoy your favorite food.
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