Designed and Crafted by TAKAHASHI KOUGEI in Hokkaido, Japan. Hokkaido is famous for its wood-lathing industry.
Wooden plates made of Castor Aralia grown in Hokkaido. Shaped by hand using a potter's wheel, it is only a couple of millimeter-thick. "Kami" means "paper" in Japanese, and it is named after its sheer texture. It has a smooth and warm touch.
This plate is perfect for appetizers or snacks! The grooves on the bottom are meant to help grip the plate.