Ceramic Citrus Juicer No.2
Made in Japan
W 14 x ⌀ 12.5 x H 12.5cm / 300ml
This is a stunning ceramic juicer with a clean and beautiful appearance, made in the Shiratake kiln in Hasami town, Nagasaki Prefecture, using the best quality Amakusa pottery stone from Kumamoto Prefecture as its material.
Designed for bigger citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruits, this juicer highlights the sharp ceramic grooves and high mound that make juicing an effortless task, requiring minimal force. Also, the squeezing plate catches all the seeds for easy disposal. After squeezing a fresh citrus fruit, the 300ml pot becomes a perfect vessel for making sauces or dressings for mixing freshly squeezed juice with soy sauce, vinegar, olive oil, etc… For example, you can easily make a homemade ponzu sauce by squeezing the citrus directly in it. The pot also features a non-drip spout, serving sauces beautifully on to your plate or cup.
For enjoying freshly squeezed citrus juice in the morning, making special salad dressing or serving late night cocktails, this is an elegant tool for your kitchen and dining experience.
◯ Dishwasher *Hand washing is recommended.
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Making the best use of skilled Japanese craftsmanship, Azmaya collaborates with artisans, designers, and small local manufactures to revive an old Japanese aesthetic sense.
From beautifully crafted tableware and functionally calculated kitchenware, their specialized housewares are made with a consistent commitment to using traditional techniques and only the highest quality materials found in Japan.
While respecting the traditions of Japanese craftwork, Azmaya creates something new by modifying the design to match tested Japanese “tools” with the present age. The collection features minimalist design reflecting the high level of skill and superior techniques of the artisans today.
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