TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160
TRIPWARE

TRIPWARE Straight Bowl 160

$25.00

$21.25(15%OFF)

$25.00

$21.25(15%OFF)

$25.00

$21.25(15%OFF)

$25.00

$21.25(15%OFF)

$25.00

$21.25(15%OFF)

Quantity

SOLD OUT

Color

Water Blue
Green
White
Caramel

Simple, minimal designs and colors compliment all kinds of food and meals! Perfect for cereal or noodles!

By utilizing the matching lid, it helps reduce plastic wrap waste. Just one of TRIPWARE’s sustainable features.

TRIPWARE is upcycled ceramicware developed in Japan. Read more here  TRIPWARE | How it is made - LOIS the Store. 

 Uneven color spots may occasionally appear on the surface. Glaze dripping is the result of unevenness caused by hand-applied glaze or clay, or by the flow of glaze during firing. The differences in glaze dripping are part of their unique appeal. We hope you will enjoy it as one of the beauties of ceramics; no two pieces are the same.

Product summary

・at least 20% recycled ceramic

・Matches with Lid/Plate 160

 

・Microwave and Dishwasher safe

・NOT OVEN SAFE

・Made in Japan

・Diameter 6.26x3.30in / 159x84mm  Size chart

・Lead free


TRIPWARE

The earth has produced a limited amount of pot clay over millions of years. To maximize its use, businesses in Tajimi, Japan, have come together to create a ceramics/pot clay recycling system. Once-fired ceramics are pulverized to a fine powder, blended with new clay, then transformed into new ceramic ware.

After serving its purpose, earthenware will eventually be recycled into tableware -TRIPWARE.

The name TRIPWARE describes the journeys that tableware can take.

Pottery, once-fired, normally does not biodegrade even after thousands of years

In Tajimi, Japan, where about 60% of Japan's ceramic goods are produced, manufacturers have researched and invented ways to make tableware recyclable, reducing waste and conserving natural resources.

Reduce waste & save natural resources

The used dish collecting, grinding, clay producing, firing, and distributing cannot be done by one company. Manufacturers in Tajimi, Japan have enabled the recycling of pottery with the cooperation of different companies.

Used pottery is ground with a special machine, only two in existence in Japan, to 1 mm or less. It is then mixed with clay at a ratio of 20% or more, shaped, and fired again.

Sizes & variations

Lids are made to fit the bowls. With TRIPWARE, you can easily save leftovers in your fridge without plastic wrap. You can even reheat it since everything is microwave-safe.

Lids double as a flat plate for desserts.

Bowls are a wonderful size for any dish.

Straight bowls are good for morning cereals, noodles, or rice bowls.

Plates have a higher rim, great for soupy pasta or curry.

Customer Reviews

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Ashley Clinton
Useful and beautiful

After a long search for functional, durable dinnerware I found Tripware in the honorable mentions list of a Wirecutter article. I love how thin and easily stackable the bowls are and the lids/ plates fit pretty snug. They stay put & don’t slide and crash around like i feared they might. Very happy with my purchase and excited to transition out of stained plastic tupperware and have less cluttered cabinets.

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Jennifer

I like the sustainably concept. I was surprised that the plates could hold so much food, despite their size.

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TRock

Not the best quality. The glaze is uneven, drippy. Customer service never responded to me w my concerns.

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TRock
Not the quality I had hoped for

I had been eyeing this dinnerware for my upgrade and had high hopes for this bowl. I loved the design and the sustainability concept. I decided to start with a set of bowls before jumping all in. The bowls came quickly. Customer service was quick to address a bowl that had come cracked. My only issue with these bowls is the craftsmanship. I was under the impression that this is a premium product. I want to love it but the glaze is very uneven and in 2 of my bowls looks drippy or goopy (I don’t know what other word to describe it). I inquired with customer service again and never got a response. Pretty disappointed in the quality and won’t be finishing my set with Tripware. My search continues.