“Harabuna” spatulas are made from Japanese beech trees.
Each spatula is handmade by woodcraft artisans in Kanuma City, Tochigi.
“Harabuna” spatulas are made from Japanese beech trees. Each spatula is handmade by woodcraft artisans in Kanuma City, Tochigi. Feel your culinary experience and originality explode by enjoying the softness, color, and texture of this kitchenware.
With its material and calculated silhouette, “Herabuna” minimizes wearing and tearing of pans, pots, and bowls to give the user a peace of mind.
It is useful for frying and sautéing to mixing simmering sauce in a heated pot or pan.
Also, “Herabuna” can be used to knead and puree because it has a smooth wooden surface ideal for these kinds of tasks.
With “Herabuna,” the user can attend to other tasks by swiftly placing it on the table standing up or hooking it onto the side of the pot, enabling the spatula to remain in the air, untouched.
The grain of beech tree is extremely fine, and the wood is sturdy and hard, making it difficult to split or break.
It has a soft touch and adapts to the shape of the user’s hand as it gets used often.
Also, it minimizes damage to pots and pans, so the user does not have to worry about crushing the food when stirring.
The more it’s used, the wood changes to a deeper color, and the user can enjoy the depth of beech tree texture.