Kami [ 紙 ] means paper in Japanese, and you will understand why these cups are named Kami as soon as you touch them. Made of castor aralia wood, these cups are meticulously shaped down to 2 mm thickness using manual methods. Handcrafted at the Takahashi Kougei wood workshop in Hokkaido, Japan.
Designer: Oji Masanori
Maker: Takahashi Kougei
Material: Castor Aralia coated with food-grade polyurethane
Dimensions: ø8.1 × H9,1 cm
Notes: Kami cups are finished with food-grade polyurethane.