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Sori Yanagi’s simple-looking beautiful form has been created from a thorough calculation for ease of use. His kitchen tools have a beautiful modern design with no extra decoration. They are made of 18-8 stainless steel with a unibody construction featuring no seams, allowing for clean use and long lasting durability.
Designed over 50 years ago, these tools have remained popular because they are well designed in every aspect including durability, ease of storage, and of course, functionality. This practical 3-piece cooking set are made in the Niigata region of Japan, famous for incredible last-a-lifetime stainless steel.
Material 18-8 Stainless Steel
Origin Made in Japan
Size 9" handle length
Sori Yanagi was born in 1915 in Tokyo, Japan. Yanagi's designs have a distinct focus on simple and beautiful craftsmanship. His products illustrate his thinking: true beauty is not made, it is born naturally. When he created a new product, he made the first versions over and over by hand, seeking new forms that took shape from both new and old ideas. His iconic Butterfly Stool can be found in the MoMA permanent collection.