- Hemp palm fibers
- Multi-purpose brush
- Can also be used on veg & fruit
- Crafted in Japan by Matsunoya
- L: 110mm / 4.33''
- W: 80mm / 3.15''
- H: 45mm / 1.77''
Dry the bursh, either hanging from the tap or flat in a small bowl or soap dish. It’ll last longer the more care you give it.
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Rinse your tawashi brush under the tap and give it a good shake to remove any water. This is to make sure there’s nothing hiding between the palm hemp fibres.
We recommend using warm water, adding a little dishwashing liquid straight onto the brush and gently scrubbing. The tawashi can also be used on non-stick pans, cutlery and even root vegetables and fruits.
Rinse and Dry
After use, rinse the tawashi brush – it’s easy for pieces of food to get stuck in between the long bristles. Dry the bursh, either hanging from the tap or flat in a small bowl or soap dish. It’ll last longer the more care you give it.
The making of the Core Collection
Out of the fire
Our ceramics are made by a family-run factory in Portugal. They source clay locally and craft the pieces into our designed shapes. Before the pieces are completed, they are dipped in our unique glazes and single-fired, a process which minimises emissions.
Now Let's Cook
Coffee, chocolate and hazelnut madeleines
This recipe uses chicory extract for the coffee flavour which is pretty old-school. It brings back memories of childhood coffee cakes. If you prefer, one tablespoon of strongly brewed espresso will...
Yes, our manufacturer carries out thorough tests to ensure the clays and glazes are safe and 100% lead-free
Yes, all our stoneware products are safe to use in the oven and microwave, to a temperature of 250 ºC. Steer clear of placing pieces straight from the oven on to a cold surface, as a measure against shock resistance.
Yes, absolutely. Our ceramics have high thermal shock resistance, and will withstand temperature variations as low as -20 ºC.
Yes, our products can be washed daily in the dishwasher. To ensure our dishes last longer it is advisable to space them so they don’t rub or bump against each other during the cycle. We recommend you wash the larger and more delicate pieces by hand, as a precaution.
No. Monoware dinnerware is not suitable for stovetop cooking or for use with an open flame.
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