When needed, a little active "Sesame chopping board"
A small chopping board using natural Kiso Hinoki.Place it on the usual cutting board and place it in the kitchen,If you need it you can grab it with one hand and use it. Kawashimaya's original "condiment cutting board".There is also a logo stamp on the side, making it easy to distinguish the front and back sides. In Tokushima Prefecture where wood industry with old history is popular,Using high-quality, high-quality wood "Karaki (karaki)", I am challenging parquet-made monozukuriIt is made in the workshop of "Yamaguchi woodworking". Material is natural Kiso Hinoki.It is not a patch but it is made of a single board. Because it is delivered in a boxIt is also ideal for gifts.
I will be active in such a place
If you let the kitchen stand by as a supporting player,Take out quickly when you want to cut out a bit of condiments etc.You can secure just the right space. For example, after cutting meat and fish, it says "I have to cut that too ...".Instead of purposely washing the cutting board with oil and moisture or forcing the gaps between the corners,Take it out quickly with one hand, crispy with clean cutting board. When you want to cut out small vegetables, fruits, sweets etc.Even if you do not bother taking out large cutting boardsYou can bring it to the table and cut it. It is good to use it separately as a cutting board for things that you do not want to smell.
Condiments Cutting board size / color development
· After use, wash with a soft sponge, please stand on a well-ventilated area and dry well. Leave it wet or cause moisture when moisture remains. · Do not leave it for a long time with it attached to water. · Please note that you may scratch the surface if you use metal scourer or polished detergent. · Using natural materials, since it is a product of one point one by hand, a slight difference occurs in the size, shape, color and weight of the product.
||15 × 15 × thickness 1.5 cm
||Domestic natural cypress (Hinoki)
|Country of origin
||Japan (Tokushima Prefecture)