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The Rays Tray is a product that takes advantage of the characteristics of the different colors of the grain of the wood by using an ingenious method of laminating thin wooden planks.
By laminating boards cut at sharp angles all the way around from the center, the tray looks as if rays of light are coming from the center when you move it in your hand.
The product is not designed for use with water, and should not be exposed to water.
◉When exposed to water, wipe with a dry cloth before storing.
◉When wet, the wood can become stained or cracked.
◉Do not store in places where temperatures and humidity change frequently or in direct sunlight.
◉The color of the product may appear slightly different from the color of the image on your monitor.
◉The wood grain and color of each item may vary slightly due to the nature of the wood.
These products are handcrafted in Japan, and as such may have minor imperfections or imperfections that can be seen on the surface.
◉The tableware shown is not the product. The tray is the product.
◉The special package is included and can be chosen as a gift.
MORIKOUGEI, which specializes in wood made from paper-thin slices of wood, was founded in 1953 in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, and has been making products for about 70 years to date.
We manufacture and sell trays with distinctive designs that are unique in that the color of the wood grain can be seen differently depending on the angle at which the light hits and the direction in which it is viewed, by devising ways of gluing and trimming the grain.