About the “ki-Ita” From a single plank, shape your own wooden creation. Appreciate the wood which took decades to form. Cut it, shave it, make it beautiful. Give it a home in your everyday life. Use it until your heart contents. Create, use, learn with your own wooden creation. From the north to you. size of spoon:W175×D35×T12mm size of case:W230×D100×H30mm [How do you make it?] https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/i48f1d55e6c806393/version/1511839273/image.jpg The kit comes with sandpaper, glue, and walnuts, that are used for applying the finishing touches, so all you need to prepare is your own utility knife. Whether old or young, anyone can easily enjoy working with wood at home. https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/dimension=1820x1280:format=jpg/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/if6d4ccaa68073931/version/1553150777/image.jpg Using the utility knife, detach the spoon from the case. https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/i4fcfa516852c982a/version/1553149595/image.jpg Using the knife, shape the spoon into the desired form. https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/id30ef6999d384383/version/1553149615/image.jpg Sharpen the spoon with sandpaper. https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/i5f49d42aa9980d9e/version/1553149634/image.jpg Crush the walnuts in the nonwoven fabric, and then polish the spoon with the soaked material. https://cdn-ak.f.st-hatena.com/images/fotolife/p/plandehouse/20190319/20190319173736.jpg Feel free to also use the sandpaper to finish the case, and then glue the attached bottom piece. You’re done! https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/ifbef4d8de327bee2/version/1553150777/image.jpg Ki-ita comes with a small amount of raw walnuts. If you run out of walnuts, please purchase them at the nearby supermarket or bulk food store. The walnut oil dries fast and provides a natural finish. Because it is an all-natural oil, there is no problem if it is ingested. It also increases the durability and water-resistance of the wood. (For those allergic to walnuts, please refrain from using it.) https://image.jimcdn.com/app/cms/image/transf/none/path/s816ebcf2d4e86108/image/ifc3db2d8036964bc/version/1553150777/image.jpg The wood scraps left over from the production of Ki-ita end up in our factory’s dust collector. Using a specialized machine to compress the wood chips, they are turned into briquettes which are used as fuel. Low in smoke and odor, the briquettes are perfect for Hokkaido’s long winters as they burn for a long time as well.