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Wooden Containers and Tableware / Wooden Server[m0007_oke-03]

Our Selling Price: JPY41,500 - JPY44,500
Delivery Wt.: 1890g
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 In Japan, this exquisitely handcrafted container with matching lid, both made of the finest-quality sawara cypress wood, is traditionally used to hold rice for making sushi. But if you let your imagination take over, this gorgeous server set can be used in unlimited ways, for holding foods of every variety -- hors d'oeuvres or salad, for example -- or even non-edible items that will seem all the more precious when stored in true Japanese style. HAND MADE IN JAPAN

 

 

Eifu Kawamata is a highly demanding craftsman -- demanding of himself, which is why he singlehandedly performs every step necessary to creating his unique objects blending traditional and contemporary forms, including selection of his wood materials.Find out more about Eifu Kawamata here.

 

 

Japanese Wooden Containers and Tableware are "crafted-on-demand" item. Before ordering, please read the Shopping Guide and Terms & Conditions carefully. Placing an order means you agree to all terms as specified.

General Information
Material:Domestic sawara cypress wood / Hoops: Copper
Size:Large: 270mm W x 115mm H / Small: 240mm W x 115mm H
Weight:Large: 790g / Small: 650g
Production time:●Approx. 1 month
Proper handling:● To clean the container and lid, wash gently in cold or warm water. Do not use hot water or detergent, and avoid use of a dishwasher. ● Do not allow the container to stand in water for a long time. ● To dry, allow the container and lid to stand in a well-ventilated area, out of direct sunlight, for more than 24 hours. Drying in direct sunlight may cause warping of the wood.
Recommended usage:● Do not use in a microwave oven. ● To reduce stains to clinger, rinse in cold or warm water and then drain off before every usage. ● When using the container to hold oily foods, etc., first apply a thin coating of olive oil to the inner surfaces. The wood will become slightly darker in color. ● If the wood's fragrance seems strong, wash the container and lid once in a mixture of water and vinegar (in equal proportions).
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This product is also available with a matching spatula.
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Although designed as a traditional server for sushi, this attractive wooden container also adds an exquisite accent for serving hors d'oeuvres, salads, or anything the innovative host(ess) conjures up.
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Each container is individually stamped on the bottom with the "Oke'ei" mark as a guarantee of the finest production quality.

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