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Sushi Plate | By Mint Design

One for the Sushi lovers! the "Sushi-Time" Sushi Plate by Mint design, is beautifully designed and perfect for serving sushi. It features a generous surface for prepared sushi and sashimi, and a dipping dimple in the center for holding soy sauce. The surface of the plate slightly slopes inward, ensuring that any excess soy-sauce and wasabi goes back into the dipping dimple. Two sets of wooden chopsticks are included so you can share with your loved one. Get it in Europe here

Also check out the Sushi Bazooka for preparing the perfect sushi maki




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