Stainless Steel Sweet Pick

A stainless steel sweet pick used for wagashi, Japanese confectionery.

£19.00 per item

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This stainless steel sweet pick was designed to resemble a flower’s pistil. Sweet picks are known as kuromoji in Japanese, named after the wooden toothpicks made from the kuromoji tree (Lindera umbellata), that were typically used for and after eating fruits and wagashi, Japanese confectionery. Unlike classic kuromoji, these picks are made of stainless steel as a step towards sustainability and are meant to be reused.

Not microwave safe.

Size: L10 cm x W2.3 cm

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