Wooden rice scoop / round cassotte
Miyajima Kogei Seisakusho manufactures rice scoops and cooking spatulas in Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture, which has been designated as a World Heritage Site. Pursuing manufacturing that is close to modern life, making use of traditional woodworking techniques through ingenious techniques and ingenuity. The rice scoop makes it easy to grip the handle. It is a conventional round shape that is not for right-handed or left-handed people.
|Dimensions||Overall: Approximately W202 x D66 x H15 mm
Spatula part: Approximately 101 mm in length
|Production area||Hiroshima Prefecture|
Due to the nature of the natural wood used as the material and the nature of the manufacturing process, the expression, texture, and texture of each grain are different. These are all individual differences that occur because they are made by human hands. Please enjoy each and every taste.
We only sell products that meet the manufacturer's quality standards, so we cannot accept returns or exchanges for the reasons mentioned above. Please be aware of this before ordering.
・Both rice scoops and spatulas do not damage frying pans, enamel pots, clay pots, etc. that are processed with fluororesin.
・You can use it for a longer time with simple care such as applying dry cooking oil. Please clean it if necessary.
・ About tree species
Sakura: It's tough because it's hard and elastic and has a fine texture. It becomes reddish over time.
Mulberry: It's hard, but it's not as hard as Sakura because it has a large grain. At first, it has a strong yellow tinge, but it changes to deep brown over time. Due to its strong grain and texture, mulberry has long been used in tea utensils.
・The finish is unpainted. No insect repellents or preservatives are used.
・ Wash with water before use.
・Since natural wood is used, please dry it thoroughly after use.