I am a 5kg Rice Bin. Put all the grains in the loony bin because one thing’s for sure, I’m crazy about rice.
Ideal for storing grains or bread, this rice bin is made from Paulownia wood that is commonly known in Japan as Kiri wood. Kiri is highly regarded among Japanese craftsmen for being lightweight while strong and easy to work with. Traditionally, Kiri boxes are constructed with wooden nails and true to form, this rice bin also does without such hardware as nails and screws. Along a built in channel, the lid easily glides shut sealing odours and insects from entering the box while naturally repelling moisture. Included is a small kiri wood rice scoop.
Rice Bin was curated by Stevenson Aung
Dimensions: 11.8” (w) x 9.4” (l) x 7.1” (h) or 298mm (w) x 238mm (l) x 180mm (h)
Weight: 1.9 lbs or 0.86 kg
Materials: Kiri wood
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