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Traditional Japanese Food Items

'Made in Japan Cooking Tools': a gallery of traditional Japanese food items, collected by HUGE magazine and shown at this year's Milano Design Week.

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Japanese Wooden Spatula | Plumkougei

Photo Davide Zanoni

Japanese Wooden Spatula | Plumkougei

Plumkougei, wooden spatula. For wooden spatula, they employ "axe-breaking birch" originated in Iwate, northeastern area in Japan. As its name suggests the material is extremely stiff and difficult to process, but once manufactered, the fine-grained wood provides excellent resistance against water and durability for everyday use. Our aesthetic design adds to the smooth touch, fitting perfectly in hands.

It's part of Made in Japan Cooking Tools: a gallery of traditional Japanese food items, collected by HUGE magazine and shown at this year's Milano Design Week.
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