Copper Grater
Copper Grater
Copper Grater
Copper Grater
Copper Grater
Copper Grater

Copper Grater

The history of the grater of the grater copper selected by the chef is old, and the same shape as the present is already drawn also in the encyclopedia of the Edo period compiled in 1712 called "Waka three-year old figure church". Using a tool called hammer (tin) on a hard pure copper plate plated with tin (tin) plating, the craftsman manually puts a blade at the first glance, carefully. 
There is a reason why copper gratings continue to be chosen as usual today in the manufacturing process that has been handed down since ancient times.

Dimensions: 4x3"

Available in two styles: turtle, crane.