Akira Yamazaki Karaki Spoon Bamboo Smoked African Blackwood
Akira Yamazaki Karaki Spoon Bamboo Smoked African Blackwood
Akira Yamazaki Karaki Spoon Bamboo Smoked African Blackwood
Akira Yamazaki Karaki Spoon Bamboo Smoked African Blackwood

Akira Yamazaki Karaki Spoon Bamboo Smoked African Blackwood

Normal price ¥2,500
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We collected bent bamboo from Gunma prefecture, smoked it in a charcoal kiln, and used the thinnest part of the handle. The handle has various colors and appearances. ..

Size: Length approx. 16 cm Width (maximum) approx. 3 cm
Delivery time: Ships in 1 business day at the earliest (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
It may take some time depending on the stock status.
In the above cases, we will contact you by email.

 

Material ...
Handle: Bamboo smoked

Spoon part African Blackwood (black)


Since natural materials are used, each type and texture is different.
Since it is not over-processed, I hope you can handle it normally and gently.
Avoid soaking, boiling water, bleach, and dishwasher, wash softly with a neutral detergent, and let it air dry.
Bamboo items may become moldy, especially if water collects underneath while standing in a damp state.
If you wash Karaki's items gently with a neutral detergent and wipe them dry, they will become glossy and you can use them neatly.
Neguri and Matake are at the creative hall at the foot of Mt. Asama, Gunma prefecture, where their parents were born. We harvest and collect bamboo grass and bamboo, smoke it in a charcoal kiln, drain oil, etc. to make materials, and we are currently using the materials we are storing.

 

 

Ebony Minmi Akira Yamazaki

I've always loved making things, especially when my parents started making things that I learned from being born and raised at the foot of Mt. Asama, and my father passed on his wisdom after retirement. With that, I naturally started to make things I like.

 

《Mainly used bamboo type》

・ Bamboo root
・ Matake
・ Kurotake

Smoked in a charcoal kiln ... changed to light and dark tea
Drain the oil ... It becomes whitish and changes to a light brown color over time.

 

Main types of Karaki used Karaki that looks black
・ African Blackwood
・ Striped ebony

 

Karaki that looks various even with tea
・ Golden Dan
・ Lignum vitae
·Purpleheart
・ Granadillo


It is made from the Karaki that I met.
Some of the same shapes have different types of materials.HereOrPlease see.