WASARA Hachi Bowl
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Wasara is a Japanese brand that make elegant fully compostable dining ware.
The largest bowl in the range, this one is perfect for noodle soups or Caesar salads for example. Light to hold, you can serve hot or cold food in this WASARA bowl - it will not soften for at a least six hours - long after the food has been eaten. Then you can dispose of the used dishes in the compost or landfill, knowing that within a few hours they will have started breaking down without releasing any harmful gases or toxins.
Sold singly (this item is sold 'loose' and does not have indivudal packaging). Please contact us for bulk (over 20pcs) pricing.
Size: w 17.80cm x d 6.80cm
Material: Bamboo and Bagasse
WASARA was born from a desire to design tableware that perfectly complements the dishes you serve and creates a heartwarming and comfortable setting. At the foundation of WASARA is the legacy of the Japanese aesthetic and values: traditional craftsmanship based on incomparable technical skill, one of the most refined food cultures in the world, and a spirit placing utmost importance on hospitality and courtesy to others. WASARA tableware embodies everything essential for an enriched, fulfilling life.
WASARA tableware is fully compostable. People, animals, trees and grasses – in the end we all return to the earth, and from there new life is born again. WASARA, too, was created to be used in moments when people gather, and later cycled back in to nature.
*Compostable: The definition of compostability under ASTM-D6400 certification obtained by WASARA states that the material will: 1) decompose into carbon dioxide, water, and inorganic compounds; 2) undergo extensive decomposition, losing its original form within 90 days; and 3) leave behind no toxic materials.
In a time when globally we are reconsidering our energy use and impact on the environment, WASARA has been designed to use all tree-free materials, specifically, bamboo and bagasse. Bamboo grows extremely fast, and is a hardy plant that is readily renewed. Bagasse is a sugarcane fiber after extracting juice from sugarcane, and approximately one hundred million tons is produced every year. While some is burned for fuel, much of it is simply discarded as waste*. However, with fiber very similar to broadleaf trees, the intrinsic properties of bagasse make it perfect as a paper base. And because it is softer and more pliable than wood pulp, the energy requirement in production is significantly reduced. Based on bamboo and bagasse, environmentally-friendly WASARA products reduce the burden on the natural environment, and can be produced without fear of exhausting our natural resources.