Butter cases that look handsome on the table.
OJI Masanori designed these butter cases to hold various butter dimensions available in the markets outside Japan.
The wood is cherry harvested in Japan and tinted reddish with a smooth touch.
Its motif is taken from KOGOH (a traditional vessel that holds incense). These butter cases were created by blending OJI Masanori's design essence and the form found in traditional wooden wares, which have long been produced for the URUSHI-lacquerware industry in the city of Wajima by AIZAWA Wood Works.
The four edges and the top of the lid are slightly curved outward, which can only be attained by the craftsmen's mastery plane work at AIZAWA Wood Works.