Japanese design has never ceased to amaze me. Their appreciation of materials and presentation is truly exemplified in this Hirsaki Knife Box by Keiji Design. The gorgeous case houses knives that have a 1,000 year old history, and the paulownia wood highlights the beauty of the knives whilst offering protection from moisture and damage to the steel edge.

Japanese design has never ceased to amaze me. Their appreciation of materials and presentation is truly exemplified in this Hirsaki Knife Box by Keiji Design. The gorgeous case houses knives that have a 1,000 year old history, and the paulownia wood highlights the beauty of the knives whilst offering protection from moisture and damage to the steel edge.

designer Keiji Ashizawa incorporated apple wood in his Hirosaki Knife Box, produced for Wallpaper's Handmade collection of objects. via core 77

designer Keiji Ashizawa incorporated apple wood in his Hirosaki Knife Box, produced for Wallpaper's Handmade collection of objects. via core 77

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