Hannari wooden cup from Kyoto. (by Kentaro Oda)

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These cute wooden cups are made by a young craftsman called Kentaro Oda, who is based in Kyoto area of Japan.

He glues two different woods forming a bi-colored wooden block. He, then, carves it to the cup shape.

Hannari is one of Kyoto regional dialect and it means that gorgeos, but   also modest and refined.

Mr. Oda was inspired by the scandinavian design, but he also added his own translation of Kyoto hannari style into these cups.

These cups are modest, but also refined.


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These cups look totally different when they are made with light colored wood.

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My favorite item from his product lineups is the small cup and spoon necklace.

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They are so cute. The size is only around 2 to 2.5cm. Very small.

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These are baby size cup and spoon.


New ones will keep coming in the future, so when you have a chance to visit our store, please check these wooden cups too!




MA by So Shi Te is located only 1min walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza line Gaiemmae station exit 1b.

2-22-15 MinamiAoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan


If you have a trouble spotting our store, you can call us on 03-3401-0922



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