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    Gifu Prefectural Government
    Department of Commerce, Labor and Industry
    Prefectural Product Distribution Support Division
    2-1-1 Yabuta-Minami
    Gifu City, Gifu Prefecture
    500-8570 Japan

    Nogakel oval dish

    Paper tableware that looks like plastic

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    Plastic-like paper tableware molded from a composite material consisting of cellulose fiber and plastic.
    A new tableware with a light color and a soft, warm texture.


    1600 yen


    furutakasei ltd





    Product Information

    Material: Cellulose fiber + polypropylene
    Size: width 35mm, height 180mm, thickness 10mm
    Weight 15 grams

    Tableware that you'll want to take with you both on and off.
    "Nogakel" got its name from the ancient Japanese "Nogake". Nogake is the act of bringing a packed lunch and going on a picnic in the fields on a peaceful day in spring or autumn. Unlike camping, which requires cooking utensils, the good thing about picnics is that you can easily enjoy meals outdoors. However, if you are particular about the tableware you use, your time will be more enjoyable. Nogakel is tableware that will come in handy at such times.
    1.If polypropylene contains 51% or more cellulose fiber, it will be labeled with a paper recycling symbol.
    2.Although it is paper cutlery, it is dishwasher-safe.
    3.Spoons and forks overlap neatly to save space when stored.
    4.The textured surface gives it a very nice feel.

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