Rhythms of wood grain
“Hikiyose,” born in Odawara, is made with a parquet technique of woodworking that originated in nearby Hakone. Made by closely overlaying multiple wood boards, this refined piece presents a unique appearance which evokes the beauty of the forest. This deep two-layered dish is suited for daily use and perfect for salads and soups.
- Area Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture
- Brand: LA LUZ
- Size φ225 × h60mm
- Material Wood
- This product comes with its own box.
Brand: La Luz
Manufacturer of woodworks in Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture. In this area rich with timber, they expand their brand "Hikiyose" which incorporates woodturning techniques with "yosegi" (parquet).
Japanese Crafts Online Media: KOGEI STANDARD
A technique to carve round shaped tableware by putting a dried lumber on a spinning lathe and applying a turning tool like a chisel to it. Products made by using this technique include bowls and round trays.
Instructions for use
To use this product safely and comfortably, please follow the instructions below:
- Exposure to high temperature and humidity, extreme dryness and direct sunlight may cause cracks and warping.
- Dropping or applying strong force may cause damage. Also, please avoid cleaning with stiff brushes or abrasive sponges.
- Solvents, benzene, and polishing agents may damage coating.
- Do not use on direct heat or in microwaves, dish washers, or dryers.
- Avoid soaking in water for extended periods. Items may crack or warp after drying.
- Extended contact with food or moisture may lead to staining and growth of mildew and bacteria.
- After use, wash with a mild detergent dissolved in warm water using a soft sponge. Rinse well and wipe dry with a cloth.
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