It is made by traditional handwork in Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture, by making use of straws after harvesting rice.
It changes over time, into a profound dark brown. How about some warmth of a handmade product on your everyday dining table?
I’m VERY SATISFIED & happy with all the products in my order. The items meet my expectations & the descriptions. Please convey my sincere appreciation to the Masters who created the products, I will treasure and use them with good care. I will continue to purchase from you. I wish you the best of luck in your search for many more Master Craftsmen.
S.A. from Singapore
I have loved all the products I have received.
The copper kettle arrived in perfect condition and I have enjoyed using it
over the past few weeks. It is developing a wonderful patina, and makes tea
time a joy. It looks beautiful on the straw pot stand too!
The peeler is fantastic! It slices so thinly and without any resistance. You
can get gauze-thin cuts of your vegetables, I also love how it is
refillable. I will have to order the other peelers in the future.
The Koishiwara ware small plates are fantastic for holding small side
Thank you again! I love your store.
J.L. from Australia
I have been very satisfied with the products so far. In particular I have been using the iron teapot and frying pan the most! The frying pan was smaller than expected, but that is actually perfect for me as I currently live alone.
A.X. from USA
Thank you for shipping out the products so quickly. I'm excited to receive them! I'm sure will come back to you guys. I've received the products. The products are very well made and the way you guys packing and wrapping them are exceptional! These little details will make me want to come back to the store. Thanks again and wish you guys success.
K.H. from USA
This item is usually shipped in 3 business days. If out of stock, we will inform you of the estimated shipping date.
*As each product is made by hand, the width of the circle may differ. Further, the latch in the inside may appear in rare cases. There also may be ruins of fire made during the process of burning off unnecessary straws. We kindly ask for your understanding.