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Mikasa China Replacements, Japan Fine China tableware

Replacement China in the Mikasa discontinued china patterns made in Japan and other countries.

Mikasa China is not a manufacturer per se, but a distributor that has cultivated relationships with more than 150 manufacturers worldwide to produce its line of china, crystal, flatware and decorative accessories. The Mikasa name is often licensed to other companies, and appears on patterns made by Studio Nova/Savoir Vivre, Christopher Stuart, and Oscar de la Renta. Many older Mikasa china patterns also bear the name Narumi, a Japanese manufacturer. Mikasa, which translates as "The Company," was established in America in 1948. The company is based in Secaucus, New Jersey, and focuses on marketing and design of its products. There is a wide variety of Mikasa china and tableware available, including bone china, ceramics, stoneware, stainless flatware and casual and fine stemware.