KAMI Glass Free
Wooden glasses made of Castor Aralia grown in Hokkaido. Shaped by hand using a potter's wheel, it is only a couple of millimeters thick. "Kami" means "paper" in Japanese, and it is named after its sheer texture. It gives a smooth, warm touch on your lips.
Takahashi Hidetoshi is a master craftsman in wood. At his family-run workshop in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, woodenware is created using a lathe and hand finish. Takahashi Kougei create simple yet functional artifacts making the best of wood materials. Wood is a natural insulator.
Wooden glasses that can be used in multiple ways for water glasses, tea, coffee, condiments, etc.
Together with the KAMI Schale, it can be used as a container for jam, sugar cubes, etc.
KAMI Glass Free L dia88 x h66
KAMI Glass Free M dia80 x h60
KAMI Glass Free S dia74 x h55
Food-grade polyuerethane coating makes them robust for everyday use. Hand wash in warm soapy water. Do not leave to soak, not suitable for dishwashers.