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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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Kettle | Azmaya

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Kettle | Azmaya

Kettle by Azmaya (Tokyo): the more you use it, the more style it gains. Azmaya's copper kettle is manufactured by Shinko Metal Inc, the copperware manufacturer based in Tsubame city in Niigata, Japan. They are known for their beautiful functional kitchen wares and the traditional tea leaf boxes with high quality copper. The significant feature of this product is that all parts are made with only copper including its handle. Their spirit of simple, just enough design is reflected in this kettle, and brings us back to the good old days. This product is created using a technique called "Herashibori", forming the kettle by pressing a copper sheet onto a mold. Copper has high thermal conductivity, antimicrobial property, and resolves chlorine. You can enjoy how copper will age and gradually change its color over time.

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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