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Yamacoh Wooden Inclined Sushi Neta Case with Acrylic Cover

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Product Information

  • Brand:Yamacoh
  • Model:35586
  • Material:Body/Perforated plate: Natural spruce wood (EX polymer coating), Lid: Acryl
  • Product type:Sushi Neta Cases
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):300 x 290 x 116 (170) mm, Inner size: 276 x 266 x 93 (146) mm, Hight from the perforated tray: 76 (87) mm
  • Item weight (approx):1800 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):2800 g

Key Features

  • This is a wooden seafood serving box with acrylic cover to prevent them getting dry. By showing fresh seafood, it will please guests. The perforated plate is detachable, but the lid is hinged.
  • It is a commercial-grade item that is used at restaurants. Its robust framework and elegant looks enrich the atmosphere in restaurants as well as food. Not only for sushi restaurants, but it is also good for home parties.
  • The wooden core is strengthened by applying hypertonic primer and finished with fine polymer coating.
  • The fine polymer coating will prevent discoloring, bend, crack and water soak and maintain grain texture like without coating. The coat has less smell but high safety and antibacterial effects.
  • As they are individually hand-made of natural materials, each is slightly different in color and size.

Use & Care

  • Not compatible with dishwashers or microwaves.
  • Wash and dry it thoroughly after use.

Background

Yamacoh Co., Ltd. was founded in 1972 in Nakatsugawa, Gifu, which used to be one of the post towns on the travel route connecting Edo (Tokyo) and Kyoto in the Edo period (1603-1868).

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