edible tableware

March 28, 2008 at 6:22 am Leave a comment


Japanese designer, Nobuhiko Arikawa of Rice Design has created edible tableware for Orto Cafe in Japan. (note: the links are in Japanese)


These guys are actually made of a hard biscuit dough made from flour, salt, and water. The mixture is easy to dry pack and it stays edible for a long time as it was once used as a ration at sea. The plates remind me of Injera which is a bread used as a plate and side for Ethiopian food.


{via: dezeen}

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