FUN’s Avatar: The Last Airbender Four Nations Ramen Bowl Set would fit right in at The Jasmine Dragon.

FUN recently launched an exclusive set of ramen bowls based on Avatar: The Last Airbenderwith the product officially being licensed by Nickelodeon. The Avatar: The Last Airbender Four Nations Ramen Bowl Set is made up of four bowls, with each one being modeled after the specific nations: the Air Nomads, the Water Tribe, the Earth Kingdom and the Fire Nation.

Available on Fun.com, the set is touted as something that allows you to, “extend the harmony of the elements to your next dinner party, since it comes with a bowl for each nation,” with each bowl being designed with the colors associated with its corresponding element. For instance, the Fire Nation bowl is red and black, and on two sides of the bowl is the Fire Nation insignia. Meanwhile, the Water Tribe bowl is light blue, featuring a lunar design in reference to how Waterbenders draw their strength from the moon.

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Some kitchenware inspired by popular cartoons and television are too literal in the design, plastering the characters or the logo directly onto the product and leaving it at that; however, this bowl set is more simplistic. It feels as if it could be found within the world of Avatar, with the Earth Kingdom bowl fitting in perfectly at Uncle Iroh’s tea shop, The Jasmine Dragon. Meanwhile, for your guests who haven’t seen The Last Airbender, they can still appreciate the ramen bowl set for its slick and unique design without having to know the reference.

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While the bowls don’t look wide, they’re 4 inches high and 5 inches wide, holding 16 ounces, so they’re the perfect size for a bowl of ramen or sea prune stew, a classic Southern Watertribe dish. Each one also comes with a pair of chopsticks, which fit perfectly into the bowl’s notch and hole, hopefully making it easier to keep the chopsticks from getting lost in the kitchen drawer amongst other utensils. Each bowl is also ceramic and safe for the dishwasher and microwave, so you can quickly heat up a bowl of instant ramen.

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The sets run for $74.99 on Fun.com, but for those who want to show their loyalty to one nation, the bowls can be purchased individually for $19.99 each.

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