In Japanese restaurants, the soup comes with a flat-bottomed spoon like the Spoon Tamakawa. It seems awkward to use this spoon as a "western" spoon would, but´s there a special technique for using a Japanese spoon? What´s the functional reason for having a flat bottom? The flat bottom allows you to place it on a flat surface without it swaying, so you can place it even if it has something inside so it is an advantage over western spoons!
Authentic Japanese Ishi Spoon. Hand Painted
Sizes: 14cm (5,5")
Quantity: 1 Japanese Spoon