Enamel Coated Mustard and Condiment Spoon by Takakuwa Kinzoku
Enamelware Karashi Spoon
Artisan Enamelware by Takakuwa Kinzoku from Tsubame, Niigata
Takakuwa Kinzoku is a leading manufacturer of kitchen and tableware, and it was established in Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture in Japan in 1961. Their specialty is hand-crafted enamelware with high designs and utility. With a warm and clean look, their enamelware can make your kitchen and dining scene more enjoyable.
The craftsman applies each enamel glaze coating by hand, so there are slight variations in the finished look among pieces. Color gradation, tiny bumps and dents can appear and they are the natural characteristics of the hand-applied enamel glaze. Each piece has passed a strict quality control process. The enamel coating can be chipped or damaged if it's dropped or given any strong shock. Please handle with care.
Originally designed for serving karashi (Japanese hot mustard), as it's one of the most common condiments at Japanese dining, this cute skinny spoon is also perfect for serving other condiments including wasabi, Dijon mustard, grated ginger, etc.
Size: 3 1/2" | 9cm
Weight: 0.3 oz | 8 g
Material: Steel with enamel coating
Producer: Takakuwa Kinzoku
Origin: Niigata, Japan
Usage and Care
Wash thoroughly with mild soap and sponge before the first use.
Hand wash only. Use soft sponge and mild dish soap. This product is not dishwasher safe.
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