Most of the food we eat is a certain distance from our mouths. The diet and the scenery on the table caused by our dietary culture are attractive to the various harmony of colour, height and area. And we continue our culture by using tools. We use a delicate, slender tool called a spoon and chopsticks made of iron to pick out a wide range of spoons.
At this time, it is no wonder that food is safely and decently placed in your mouth without spilling it. To this end, everyone has been lecturing and training in front of the table numerous times since childhood. Nevertheless, the perfect hit rate is often close. Therefore, rather than standing upright and eating to maintain dignity, the diet to achieve purpose is also more dominant. We often bend their heads to get closer to the bowl. Why don't we make a little bit of a hoof and a platform to make it closer to our mouths and a bowl of food, such as the right table culture of our ancestors? With the eagerness to give the food in the bowl that is served to us, and to the one who takes it, a man who is sure to be honored.
Bronzeware(Copper 78% + Tin 22%)
Ø 125 x 40 / Ø 190 x 40 / Ø 240 x 50
No. 77 Intangible Cultural Property of Brassware Making (Yugijang)