Hakusan G-type soy sauce dispenser
The essence of soy sauce dispenser:
In Japan it is customary to use soy sauce in a dispenser instead of the bottle it is sold in.
G-type soy sauce dispenser was designed in 1958 and it is one the most well-known pieces by Masahiro Mori, a designer at Hakusan Porcelaine.
It's spout is called the trunk of an elephant. The shape makes it easy to use without dripping.
G-type soy sauce dispenser combines simple and beautiful form with functionality and was awarded with Good Design prize in 1960 and Long Life Design prize in 1977.
Along with the increasing popularity of sushi and health food, the use of soy has increased too. G-type soy sauce dispenser fits nicely with western tableware.
1961 Good Design prize
Can be washed in dish washing machine. Attention!
Sudden changes in temperature may break porcelaine. Don't set on a cold shelf or towel after heating it in oven or micro-wave oven.
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