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[Cutting Board] Live Edge | Enju [C6339]

[Cutting Board] Live Edge | Enju [C6339]

Regular price ¥13,000
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■Product Description This is a cutting board made from Hokkaido-produced Japanese amberjack with ears.
It is a design full of natural flavor that takes advantage of the color and texture of natural wood.
It has been treated to be water-repellent in compliance with the Food Sanitation Act, so you can use it as a plate to place food on.
The butterfly-shaped part is processed with resin.

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Product size/Shipping calculation weight

Length approx. 40cm Width approx. 16cm Thickness approx. 1.5cm

Shipping calculation weight 1000g

How to handle the product

*Avoid leaving water droplets in contact with wooden products for long periods of time, and wipe them off as soon as possible.

*If you use detergent when cleaning, dilute it.

*When the leather becomes dry and flaky, we recommend using beeswax for maintenance.
We recommend our cutting board wax as it is made specifically for cutting boards.

*Please note that a dull knife will scrape the wood when cutting ingredients, causing deeper scratches than a sharp knife. If possible, please use a knife that has not dulled.

*Please note that due to the nature of wood, if exposed to sunlight, it may gradually turn amber in color.

*The resin cutting board has a heat resistance of 100°C. If it comes into contact with anything hotter than that, it may turn white, so please use it within that range.

*This product is made of natural wood. Please note that warping may occur over time.

*After washing, wipe off as much water as possible and dry in a well-ventilated area to prevent mold growth.

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About Us New Cutting Board

It is finished with a penetrating water-repellent finish, which makes it highly water-repellent.
And unlike varnish, it does not crush the grain of the wood, allowing you to enjoy the warm texture of the natural solid wood.
It also complies with the Food Sanitation Act, so there is no problem placing food directly on it.


It can be used freely in a variety of ways beyond its usual role as a cutting board, such as a tray for serving food, a stand for ornamental plants, a place to put small items, or a place to hold cups.

You can cut ingredients on the cutting board and use it as a plate. In other countries, cutting boards are commonly used as serving plates and chopping boards. Why not enjoy your meal while feeling the warmth of solid wood?