Zelkova Coffee Scoop

by Yusuke Tazawa

A coffee scoop made out of Zelkova by Japanese woodworker Yusuke Tazawa. This darker wood is quite something, the scoop itself is deep and can be used to measure out all sorts of condiments (coffee, tea, sugar, spices).

The surface itself is smooth up until the back of the scoop where you can see a mosaic like pattern, highlighting the path of the knife. Inspiration for such a utensil derives from the 'hishaku' (water ladle used in the tea ceremony).

Dimensions: 21cm Length x 4cm Width (mouth)