A wooden spoon that is perfect for a SyuRo can.
They are carefully made one by one using a tree called Kenponashi.
A small spoon will fit inside a can, so use it as a teaspoon.
A large spoonful can be scooped a lot at a time, making it perfect for coffee beans.
The long-handled spoon can reach the back of a long can and can also be used as a muddler.
It's a warm shape that makes you happy every time you hold it, so
it's also recommended as a gift along with a can.
SyuRo has an atelier in Torigoe, Taito-ku, a downtown area with old-fashioned printing shops, can factories, cloth wholesalers and hardware stores.
Originally, SyuRo started as a design company, but cherishing the encounters in the town of manufacturing, and being able to apply the Japanese traditions and craftsmen's techniques that are being lost to the tools of today's living without difficulty. And, I design everyday miscellaneous goods through SyuRo's filter and produce it with local craftsmen.
Mr. SyuRo has developed a series of aroma and skin care products that strike a balance with the five senses that are the theme of the company, and are not too female or male.
We use natural aromas to help you relax and restore the balance of your daily routine. Vann (Finnish) Vesi (Norwegian) Vand (Danish), which means "water" in the words of the countries of the Nordic countries, wanting to be like " water" that enhances the quality of everyday life and then becomes closer to everyday life. ) Was named.