Bend, fold, stretch. "Haku Suzugami" is a tin vessel that can be freely shaped like origami.
Shouryu is a new brand created by one of ten remaining craftsmen in entire Japan capable of making Buddhist Orin bells. The modern Suzugami plates and bowls are made of tin, which are hammered to be malleable so that constantly be reshaped. Suzugami series are sought out by notable Nobu, Narisawa restautants among others.
"Haku Suzugami" is a tin that can be folded like origami because it is about 0.4 mm thick, which is even thinner than the Suzugami series.
You can also easily cut it with scissors into strips and then shape it. It is thin enough to deform even if you hold it in your hand, but by hitting it with a hammer many times, deterioration due to bending and stretching is reduced.
You can choose from 3 types of patterns.
Material: Tin (rolling)
Size: 7.5 x 7.5 cm
Area: Toyama Prefecture
Maker: Shimatani Shouryu Studio
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