Apple tree jam spatula
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The artisan's hand is delicately crafted to make it easy to scoop out jams and pastes.
It can also be used as a salt spoon.
In addition to painting, it can also be used for eating pudding, ice cream, etc.
Made from apple trees in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.
Part number: KR011-01
Kimura Woodcraft Factory
We make products using apple trees, which are rare in the world.
We do everything from logging to sawing and processing in-house.
Commitment to products
The city of Hirosaki in Aomori Prefecture is the top apple producer in Japan.
It is an apple tree that brings us bounty every year, but when it is done with its role, the rest, mostly for firewood, is disposed of. This is because the material can not be removed to be used as wood, and there are many milestones that require much work to process.
The apple trees we use are all done by ourselves, from the plantation to the cutting, sawing and drying. We can only use 50% of them, but we put a lot of effort into making them as a local resource and because we want to introduce the unique texture of apple trees.