Since 1972, Yamacoh Co. has sought to achieve unity between Japanese beauty and function. The Japanese word, youbi, translates to “functional beauty,” where the essential beauty of something is revealed through functional use.
Yamacoh woodenware products are made using Japanese woods such as Hinoki and Sawara (types of Japanese Cypress). The wood is known for its delicate lines and smooth surface. In the hands of skilled craftspeople, beauty and function come together.
Charred Cedar Cold Soba Tray
These traditional Cold Soba Trays are made from high-quality, charred, Japanese cedar wood to create a darker, more striking finish. They are perfect for serving cold soba noodles as the mat at the bottom allows excess water to run off, keeping the noodles from getting soggy. The tray can also be used as a serving tray for vegetables and other dishes.
Size: 9.0" x 8.0" x 10.0" | 23 cm x 20 cm x 25 cm
Weight: 10.2 oz | 289 g
Material: Cedar Wood
Origin: Gifu, Japan
Usage and Care
Hand wash ONLY ( not dishwasher safe) along the grain of the wood with water and a soft sponge
Dry in shaded area before storing (rapid heat due to dish dryer or direct sunlight etc. will cause deformation)
Avoid soaking in water
Avoid extended exposure to direct sunlight; product may discolor and/or warp
Avoid using in microwave
Avoid using near exposed flame or electric stoves; items are flammable
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.