Suribachi refers to a Japanese bowl with a corrugated pattern on the inside which is used as a mortar. It is glazed ceramic on the outside and unglazed on the inside, often brown and beige in colour. It is a necessary kitchen tool to grind sesame seeds into a paste.

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