LucasFilm, capitalising on Japan’s local tastes, has released a set of special Star Wars-themed soy sauce dishes. The Rowen Japanese design studio’s soy sauce dishes are shaped like various characters from the original run of films, using contrast between the brown sauce and white porcelain to create images.

The set, which includes Darth Vader, C-3P0, R2-D2 and a Stormtrooper helmet, sells online for 11,380 yen (US$100). Made of Japanese Arita porcelain, the dishes’ designs are only complete when you pouring seasoning liquids such as soy sauce into the groove of the plate.

ROWEN Japan produced, even buried a Star Wars wooden box, a set of four to sell 11380 yen.

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