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A small cooking spatula with a thin handle and a top shaped to resemble a ginkgo tree leaf. Especially well suited for cooking in a small frying pan/pot (~18 cm). The shape is ideal for flipping pancakes, turning over okonomiyaki, hamburger patties, fried eggs, and so on.

Made from Yamasakura (Mountain Cherry Tree) that grows in the northern region of Hiroshima Prefecture and is an excellent raw material for ladles and spatulas. Cherry wood is hard yet elastic and can easily withstand long-term use.

With use, the cherry wood will take on a more reddish shade, turning beautiful caramel color.


Miyajima Kogei Seisakusho manufactures wooden kitchen tools on the island of Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. Founded in the mid-Meiji period, the company started out making square trays and, in the early Showa period, began making wooden rice scoops.
When manufacturing items, importance is placed on ease of use and longevity. Wood from Chugoku and Kyushu is mainly used as the raw material. Each individual item is shaped using a router and a chamfering machine and then polished by hand.

Miyajima Kogei Seisakusho is dedicated to creating durable and functional tools with beautiful features that become more nuanced the more they are used. Use with love for a long time.


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