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Yasukiyo Wooden Dripper - URUSHI

The Yasukiyo Wooden Dripper is beautifully handcrafted using the Yamanaka-shikki lacquerware method, resulting in a product of both intricate design and lasting quality.

This "Urushi" series is the high-end range of their wooden dripper. Lacquer coating technique have been an essential part oh Japanese culture, being used in many items such as tablewares, trays, stationaries, boxes, furnitures, and so on. By going through 30-40 stages of manufacturing process including numerous layers of coating, lacquer coating not only makes the item durable but turns it into an art form.

The intricately-carved latitudinal ribs contain the water within the dripper for the perfect amount of time, extracting all of the nuanced flavors and aromas from the coffee within.


Color: URUSHI Red

Product Details

Size:D97 × H73mm
Material:Natural wood (lacquer coating on the outside, urethane coating on the inside)
Recommended Filters:2 person Hario (01), Kono cone paper filters
Features: 2 color options available (red and black)

Handmade in Japan

- To clean please wash gently with soft cloth or soft sponge

- Do not soak in water

- Do not wash with a scrubbing brush, hard object, cleanser, etc. as it may cause scratches.

- Refrain from using any chemical detergents which may cause discoloration.

- After the wash, please wipe with a soft dry cloth, dry well before storing.

For more information see instruction manual.

Not microwave safe
Not dishwasher safe

About Yamanaka-shikki

Yamanaka-shikki lacquerware originated in the Ishikawa prefecture of Japan, and the methods themselves have been used since the 18th century. Pieces are carved one-by-one by skilled artisans, masters of turning the lathe and carefully applying the blade to manipulate and shape the wood.

The secret of Yamanaka-shikki craftsmanship is tategidori, the way in which the artisans trim the wood used in crafting their wares. Tategidoriinvolves the cutting of wood horizontally, along the grain, rather than the common practice of cutting vertically. This results in a finished product that is far more durable and long lasting end product.

Product Q&A*

No, there is no need to put anything to maintain the wood.

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