The grater is made of 1.5 mm thick stainless steel that is both durable and maintainable. In addition to the sharp-edged blade, a quattro blade has been adopted to eliminate stress when lowering. In addition, claws are provided on the top and bottom to prevent it from coming off the container when it is lowered. The container is sloped for easy unloading. It has a simple design with no curl for reinforcement and is hygienic without collecting dirt.
The carefully dug up, sharp-edged blade can be cut without tearing the fibers, resulting in the finest grated daikon radish with a smooth texture. The silicone lid (bed plate) can be laid under the container when it is taken down and used as a non-slip. It can also be used as a lid for storing grated ingredients and as a cover for storage. The bottom of the colander is raised to improve drainage. You can use it without hassle and waste.
The manufacturing industry in Tsubame City has a genealogy and footprint of manufacturing that began with the Japanese nails of Kanei (1624-) in the olden days. Over the years, they have created some of the best craftsmen in Japan, and handicraft craftsmen have established swallow products into world-class brands.
Since their founding in 1890, they have been manufacturing highly reliable products with the motto “Always research and development, quality improvement” as a manufacturer of blades. At the time of its founding, they worked on the manufacture of “files”, which was the main industry of Tsubame city, and delivered “pots and seals” nationwide.
Since then, they have been manufacturing various metal blades using this technology, such as “Grated”, which boasts the largest number of items in the industry, and “File”, which is compatible with the mainstream building materials (gypsum board, etc.) recent increase.
Through this website, they will receive the opinions and requests of valuable people and strive to develop products that meet the needs of consumers in the future. They look forward to your continued support for Tsuboe products, which they will continue to work on it.