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Makanai strainer M

Makanai strainer M

Flat strainer 
Matches with "Makanai bowl M"
Material: stainless steel
In Japanese, the word "MAKANAI" translates to "cooking." Interestingly, it also refers to the unrolled edges found on stainless steel bowls, trays and strainers typically used in the kitchen. These unrolled edges serve a practical purpose: they prevent dry mixtures from accumulating and make the bowl easier to clean.

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About the brand

"conte" is a brand making tools in the major production area for stainless steel processing of Tsubame, Niigata Prefecture. It is said that "the whole city is a factory."

The kitchen utensils finished through the application of various specialized skills, are not flashy but comfortable to use and become essential to your everyday cooking.

From factory to factory, when one task is completed, the returnable box known as a "CONTENA" in Japanese or container is carried to the next step. Passed from one task to the next like a baton in the relay, then the new tools are finished.

Each item is a unique display of craftsmanship.

About the designer

Ono Rina designs products so that her creative essence cuddles up to the user's life.


2001 Graduated from MA of the Tohoku University of Art and Design, Yamagata, Japan

2001 Studied at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design as an exchange student

2002 Worked as an assistant at the Tohoku University of Art and Design

2007 Launched "Rinao design studio"

About the brand name

The prefixes con~ and com~ at the beginning of English words carry the meaning of "with ~" or "together."  "conte" refers to the hands (hand = "TE" in Japanese) of many craftsmen making products "together," and to the "CONTENA," said to be symbols of the division of labour in Tsubame, in which products are carried. The name "conte" also contains the hope that the tools will "continue to be used for a long time."