Tree of life.

We are extremely excited to stock works of art by Ibuki Kaiyama of Atelier Hi. The Nakano based artist creates freeform furniture respecting the true beauty of each piece of timber. 

Similar to consuming only ingredients which are in season, we worked closely with Ibuki Kaiyama in selecting the perfect types of timber for our spoons with respects to availability in nature. Most of the selected timber are either abandoned or from trees that require pruning.

For this fall, Japanese Plum, Japanese Chestnut, Chestnut and Zelkova.

Each spoon is unique in tonality, form and purpose is defined by it's user. Here are some spoons from our brief with Ibuki San.

Visit us today to see the full collection of Branch Spoons.

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