Hide K 1896 is a material brand that uses materials such as carbon to create new value and add color to your lifestyle. Among them, this time we will recommend tableware designed by architect Kengo Kuma that serves as a shadow that complements the ingredients.
There are many different approaches to becoming a good cook, and this tableware from Hide K 1896 is perfect for looking good. A material brand that creates new value with materials such as carbon and adds color to your lifestyle. This time, we will be recommending a special dish that will be used at LEON's food event "LEON's Gastronomy".
Architect Kengo Kuma designed the building based on the theme of ``Wabi'', a unique Japanese aesthetic sense such as Ginkaku-ji Temple. It gives the impression of extreme simplicity, but that's probably because we are conscious of black as a shadow that brings out the ingredients. That's why it complements any color of the dish.
If you look closely at the material, you can see the texture of wood powder in its shading. At first glance, it looks like pottery, but it is actually made from a new material called ``Transwood,'' which is a mixture of biomass resin ``Prasus®'' made from thinned wood and waste cooking oil. This material, which reflects the sensibilities of the times, also has the advantage of being lightweight and unbreakable, making it recommended for use not only at everyday dining tables, but also outdoors, such as at barbecues. We also sell 3-piece sets and individual items, so be sure to check them out!
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