Placed between a serving dish and the surface beneath, this hand-woven straw design is aesthetically pleasing while protecting your dining table.
23.5cm in diameter
Founded in 1945, Matsunoya is a dealer of various daily items (aramono) made from natural materials. Aramono include brooms, dustpans, and sieves - the simple daily tools found in most traditional homes.
Hand-spinning straw for ease of use and strengthening.
Weaving straw layers so that the trivet can withstand heat.
The final product is sturdy and aesthetically pleasing.
Tochigi is a Japanese prefecture north of Tokyo that encompasses part of Nikko National Park. The cedar-filled park contains volcanic Mt. Nantai and the adjacent Lake Chūzenji, formed when the mountain erupted.