Yakusaji Measuring Spoons
Don’t let their good looks fool you: the Yakusaji Measuring Spoons are hardworking multitaskers with good looks. Thoughtfully designed and beautifully simple, the spoons take their name from the Japanese words YAKU, meaning approximately or roles, and SAJI, meaning spoons. A nod to the Japanese concept of beauty in imperfection, they facilitate rough measurements, allowing for improvisation and creative cooking, and perform many roles, from stirring to scooping.
A Good Design Award winner, the Yakusaji Measuring Spoons feature an easy measurement angle, long handles and a shallow head for ease of cleaning. Available as a set of 5mL and 15mL (approximately a teaspoon and a tablespoon).
Designer: Rina Ono
Maker: Ichibishi Kinzoku Co., Lt
Material: 18/8 Stainless Steel
19.6 × 3.5 × H1.5 cm | 7.7 × 1.4 × H.6 in. (Teaspoon – 5mL)
21.3 × 3.95 × H2.1 cm | 8.4 × 1.5 × H.8 cm (Tablespoon – 15mL)