Duck shaped ceramic cups and bowls (アヒルのマグやボール) 


These are somehow nostalgic design for many Japanese people who are in their 40s or above.
These were designed in 1980s and they were once taken out from the market, but the maker started reproducing them again few years ago with the same prices they had been originally been sold then.

The mug cup is the most popular one amongst these.

http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/maaoyama/192-54-2.html

http://www.aoyamamarket.com/ma/kitchen-cups/18.html


The cup & saucer

http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/maaoyama/192-5-1.html

http://www.aoyamamarket.com/ma/kitchen-cups/19.html

That’s a milk server, who can also be used for other purposes like serving jam and dressing etc.

http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/maaoyama/192-5-5.html

http://www.aoyamamarket.com/ma/kitchen-cups/creamer.html


The smaller bowls can be used as a soup mug or is good size for having yogurt.

http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/maaoyama/192-5-3.html

http://www.aoyamamarket.com/ma/kitchen-tableware/bowls.html
The larger one is large enough for eating stew etc.

http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/maaoyama/192-5-4.html

http://www.aoyamamarket.com/ma/kitchen-tableware/bowlL.html
You can see the actual bowls at my store, but you can also purchase them online.
We can also send them overseas too by EMS (the payment can be done with Paypal), so if you are interested, please feel free to contact us http://www.mabysoshite.com/contactus/contactus01.html
To visit our store in Tokyo
Only 1 min. walk from Gaienmae Station Exit 1b on Ginza line (metro).
2-22-15 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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