Japanese Kitchen Equipment

Yoku Moku

Cigare

$27.00
Delicate cookies from the world-famous Japanese confectioner. Individually rolled cookies have a light butter-vanilla flavor. 20 cookies arrive in signature tin box. Made in Tokyo of all-natural ingredients with no additives, preservatives, or chemicals. About Yoku Moku: These all-natural butter creations are made in Tokyo and contain no additives, preservatives, or chemicals. And that unusual name? Chocolatier Noriichi Fujinawa named his company "Yoku Moku" after Jokkmokk, a village in ...
Yoku Moku

Cigare au Chocolat

$29.00
Delicate cookies from the world-famous Japanese confectioner. Individually rolled vanilla-flavored butter cookies with milk chocolate filling arrive as a set of 18 in a signature tin box. Made in Tokyo of all-natural ingredients with no additives, preservatives, or chemicals. About Yoku Moku: These all-natural butter creations are made in Tokyo and contain no additives, preservatives, or chemicals. And that unusual name? Chocolatier Noriichi Fujinawa named his company "Yoku Moku" after ...
Ricci Silversmiths

Three-Piece Japanese Bird Cheese Serving Set

$60.00
18/10 hot-forged, stainless steel. Dishwasher safe. Set includes three servers for serving hard, soft, and whipped cheese. Imported.
Ricci Silversmiths

20-Piece "Japanese Bird" Flatware Service

$340.00
From Ricci?? Silversmiths. Bird and flower motif. 18/10 hot-forged, stainless steel flatware. 20-piece service includes four five-piece place settings. Hostess set includes serving spoon, serving fork, gravy ladle, spreader, and sugar spoon. Dessert set includes cake knife and pie server. Dishwasher safe.
YOKU MOKU OF AMERICA

Bateau De Macadamia Cookies

$24.00
Delicate cookies from the world-famous Japanese confectioner, Yoku Moku. Buttery, shortbread cookies with macadamia nut topping and covered in milk chocolate. Set of 16 arrives in a signature tin box. About Yoku Moku These all natural butter creations are made in Tokyo and contain no additives, preservatives, or chemicals. And that unusual name? The founder of Yoku Moku named his company after Jokkmokk, a village in northern Sweden that captivated him with its quaint beauty ...