Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)
Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)

Kihara - Sitaku, set of 4 pieces (lid, grater, squeezer, mortar)

£55.00
Article number: 10053
Availability: In Stock

Set of four pieces from SITAKU series from Kihara.

SITAKU is a series from Kihara products designed by Makoto Koizumi The series is based on the concept of "器 UTSUWA (plates & dishes). Koizumi wanted to create UTSUWA that can be used as kitchen utensils on the dining table.

The top lid can be used as a lid for the grater and mortar. It also functions as a small plate. The grater is for ginger, garlic or wasabi and the juicer can be used for citrus fruits. The mini mortar is useful for grating small amounts (pestle sold separately).

Material: Ceramic

Dimensions;
Lid: 100 dia. x 12h mm
Grater: 100 dia. x 30h mm
Squeezer: 100 dia. x 60h mm
Mortar: 100 dia. x 35h mm

Care: microwavable and machine washable 

Made in Japan.

About Kihara

KIHARA, INC. is a Japanese porcelain producing company based in Arita; an area synonymous with ceramics for over 400 years. Arita porcelain products are noticeably different from other producing regions, especially in the tone of white and beautiful artwork. Historically, through the VOC (Dutch East India Company), much of the porcelain from Arita was imported to Europe. Today, the traditional craft is combined with modern techniques, like 3D shape designing and machining to produce new designs as the company looks at ways to introduce Arita porcelain to the world over the next 400 years. 

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