Stainless Steel Mini Grater by Kobo Aizawa, from Niigata, Japan.
Kobo Aizawa is located in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture, an area renowned for its stainless-steel production. The company, which specializes in kitchen goods, was founded in the 1920s (Taisho Era) with the aim to create goods of superior quality that combine functionality and esthetic beauty. The endless pursuit of high quality goods has led Kobo Aizawa to produce items that have aesthetic design and functionality. When you take a look at their products, you might notice tiny details, which is the result of meticulous planning.
Stainless Steel Mini Graters are easy to use in a pinch and the cute designs are sure to bring a smile to your face. Because of its size, you can use it to grate wasabi, ginger, garlic, and horseradish. You can even use it as a citrus zester. We recommend getting our Fine Teeth Bamboo Scraper to help you to get the all goodness without any waste.
Available in Tai (Red Snapper), Fugu (Pufferfish), Hirame (Japanese Halibut), Ika (Squid) styles. Available in one size only.
Size: 4½”× 2½” | 11 cm × 6.5 cm
Weight: 1.8 oz | 52 g
Material: Stainless Steel
Producer: Kobo Aizawa
Origin: Niigara, Japan
Usage and Care
Hand wash only Please use soft sponge and mild dish soap
Avoid a metal or any other rough scrub, as it could damage the surface of the product
Dry completely before store it
Usually ships out in-stock items within 3 business days of order.
We use FedEx, USPS Priority Mail, or USPS First Class Mail to ship our products, depending on the size and weight of the package.
Free shipping with purchase of $375 or more! (Within Continental US only. Total purchase amount to qualify excludes free shipping offer items.)
Usually ship out in-stock within 5 business days of order.
We use USPS Priority Mail International for international shipping.
We do not accept any returns for international orders. Any additional charges (including but not limited to import tax, custom fees, VAT, brokerage charge) that might incur after the order lands in the destination country must be borne by the recipient.