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Charcuterie board

Charcuterie board

Wooden charcuterie board
Materials: Cherry wood and liquid-glass coating
The designer aimed to create a versatile plate for serving slices of bread, and after careful consideration, arrived at this unique design. Slices of ham, pepperoni, cheese, etc. may be dished up beautifully on the charcuterie board for wine parties. The edges of the plate are designed with a raised structure, allowing for easy lifting from the tabletop. Furthermore, because of to the grooves, toasted bread won't be wet on the touching surface.
Please note that cherry lumber with larger diameters is relatively uncommon, so narrower pieces generated from making other larger products are often spliced together. The traces of splicing are visually minimized due to the presence of grooves.
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About Kito

At the boutique, you can purchase the product series “KITO”, which means “with tree” when translated from Japanese. It represents
the philosophy that we must spend our daily life in touch with the essence of the wood. The founders believe that the feeling of comfort that only solid wood can bring, is essential to live a peaceful life. They strive to create products
that offer comfort and hope that people can respect and appreciate nature.

Each item is a unique display of craftsmanship.

About the designer

OJI Masanorin is born in Hiroshima Prefecture in 1974. After working in an architect office and a graphic design office, he became a handicraft designer. His works expand from designing a variety of Japanese handicraft products, making graphic designs of ongoing works, to developing the branding of his product families in an integrated manner. He designs based on
the upbringing of a handicraft item with an eye in the destiny of that particular product. He also handles the product design and the development of the brand “FUTGAMI” and co-organizes a series of exhibitions of Japanese
handicraft products of medium-scale production, named “TE TE TE Traders” Expo.
In 2015, he became the juror of the Takaoka Craft Competition and became the chief juror the next year.