Is there a dish less Japanese than a hamburger? If we're talking typical Japanese dishes, it should be sushi, tempura, or ramen, right? Well, yes, but when it comes to showcasing the craft and art of creating food samples, the 3D replicas of dishes found outside Japanese restaurants to help customers choose their order, a hamburger with all its sides, is way more dramatic – and certainly easier for Westerners to appreciate. This is why Ganso Shokuhin Sample-ya, the original maker of food samples, created the 350 x 250 x 140 mm (13.8 × 9.8 x 5.5") Japanese Food Sample Hamburger Plate!
The Japanese Food Sample Hamburger Plate is a true tour de force of what the company's craftspeople can do: the patty, bread, vegetables, bacon, fried egg, french fries, and even the dipping sauces and pickles - everything is so amazingly detailed that you will really want to tuck in! Nothing has been overlooked, from the salt and pepper sprinkled on the egg yolk to the delicious glaze on the onions and bacon. You probably never thought you would use a hamburger plate as decoration in your home or workplace, but who can resist such artisanal perfection? Just a glance and you will want to eat a hamburger every day!
Specs and Features:
- Model of hamburger and plate of side dishes
- Dimensions: 350 x 250 x 140 mm (13.8 × 9.8 x 5.5")
- Weight: approx. 1236 g (43.6 oz)
- Materials: non-phthalic acid PVC
- For ages 13 years and older
- Made in Japan