Not to mention its use as a misokoshi, the tool is cherished when harvesting at the home garden and as sieves to drain washed vegetables as well. Just by placing it, the kitchen turns into a wonderful space with a deep flavor.
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--Love using the natural bamboo sieve compared to metal or plastic. Using a traditional tool feels very humbling and calming. The bamboo is gentle on rice, fruit and vegetables. Made very well. Tightly woven, so the sieve is sturdy and drains well.
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Bamboo work that was started in Nishikawanobori Town, Saga prefecture, as a side job of agriculture in the early Meiji era. It is said that 500 people of bamboo craftsmen worked during the peak period, and they got fame lining up with Imari and Arita-yaki. Currently, it is made by a few craftsmen who inherit that tradition.