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[Kiya's Pincers Pot]

As the pot has no handle, it takes little space in cooking places such as on gas ranges, while it is also convenient as the smaller pot can be stacked on top of the larger pot.

Mainly used at restaurants. It can be effortlessly washed without the handle and can be easily maintained. It could also be used as a bowl.

Please, by all means, make use of it in your everyday cooking.
https://www.shokunin.com/en/kiya/yattoko.html



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[Kiya's Unbleached Cotton Cloth]

The unbleached cotton cloths from Ise are woven by creating a moderate space within, using a thick, single yarn that is softly twisted.

There are no worries regarding bleach residues, and as it has high breathability and water-absorbency, it is suitable in straining dashi and squeezing fruit juice.

Further, by putting in between the body and the cover of wooden containers or pots with cooked rice, the cotton cloth would moderately absorb excess liquid. As fibers hardly remain, it is also suitable for wiping plates.

Please use it conveniently in your everyday life.
https://www.shokunin.com/en/kiya/mizarashi.html



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[Kiya's Yakumiyose]

Kiya was founded in 1792, Kiya has been purveying various living tools, mainly kitchen knives, for more than 200 years.

A yakumiyose (a tool to gather seasonings) made of henon bamboo based on tea whisks.

Although tea whisks have to be disposed of if any of their heads of wheat are broken during the production process, by dividing into several parts, they could transform into an eco-friendly and convenient yakumiyose.

Please use it together with a grater and a mortar.
https://www.shokunin.com/en/kiya/yakumi.html