Have you ever climbed Mt. Fuji? Even if you haven’t, you can still take a small piece of it back home with you as elegant little soy sauce dishes!


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Mt. Fuji remains as one of Japan’s most popular travel destinations, especially since it was officially registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. But despite the hundreds of people that flock to this iconic volcanic mountain every year, it’s far from a quick and easy climb, and is only open to the public during the summer season.

You can now easily get a taste of it, however, with Mt. Fuji soy sauce dishes by TALE. The playfully designed ceramic dish will not only bring the World Heritage Site to you, but will also add an elegant Japanese touch to the dinner table.


Source: TALE


Source: TALE


Source: TALE

Designed to be both stylish and functional, the Mt. Fuji dish allows you to create your own scenic view by pouring soy sauce, lemon juice, salt, or any other condiment in the “lake” at the base of the mountain, and placing some wasabi, spices, or seasonings, at its peak.

It’s a great piece to add to your tableware collection, or to buy as a gift for someone who might be feeling nostalgic from a recent trip. They are currently available on Amazon for 1,998 yen (19.43 USD).

By - grape Japan editorial staff.