I am a Radish Grater. I'm grating my way to greatness.
One of the most popular vegetables in Japan is the daikon radish, commonly found grated raw as a refreshing condiment in various meat and fish dishes. This method of preparing the daikon has been around since the Edo Period of the 1600s, as the vegetable is a natural source of enzymes that aid in digestion, and is delicious paired with rich, oily-heavy ingredients like mackerel or steaks. Enter the radish grater, perfectly tailored by designer Makoto Koizumi for your radish-grating needs! Jagged porcelain teeth grind down the daikon to just the right consistency, and the basin on the end catches the fruits of your labor.
Radish Grater was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
3.0” (w) x 6.3” (l) x 1.6” (h) or 76mm (w) x 159mm (l) x 41mm (h)
11 oz or 313 gr
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