Kyoto Washi Tray - Kinkakuji
Kinkakuji is one of the most beloved and dazzling temples in Kyoto, set in a beautiful garden where there is a teahouse.
These little trays are perfect cup coasters. They are excellent for holding small items, such as jewellery, keys, coins, or desk stationery. And because they are wipe clean, they are ideal for presenting your mid-morning snacks!
Our beautiful washi trays come from an enchanting machiya store called Suzuki Shofudo, which is located in one of the old back lanes of Kyoto.
Suzuki Shofudo was established in Kyoto in 1893 as a manufacturer of traditional paper items. Kyoto is renowned for its beautiful kimono, and the kimono patterns are the inspiration for the paper patterns, which are dyed using a very traditional starch-resist technique. Repeated dyeing creates the beautiful rich colours!
You can find out more about our washi trays here!
Our washi trays are made traditionally from paper, so please use a damp tea towel to gently wipe them clean :)
Kyoto Washi Paper Tray - Kinkakuji
We use Royal Mail First Class Standard Delivery. If returning your items, please use the same service if possible, thank you. Please attach the enclosed Returns Address label to the front of your re-sealed box packaging. Please return items unopened, unused and in good condition. Thank you.
The square tray measures just under 115mm x 115mm. It is approximately 6mm deep.
It weighs about 10g.