Japanese Kashigata or Sweet Cake Mould
Little sweet cakes (Higashi) are made individually for tea ceremonies, events and shrine offerings. They are shaped into objects of art and symbolism using these hand carved wooden culinary moulds, or 'Kashigata'. The rice flour and sugar confections have been a popular tradition in Japan for more than 300 years. They are each one-of-a-kind hand carvings and are like little art pieces in themselves. Since they are no longer made except as a rarity, they have become quite collectable and hard to find.
The crane motif is a symbol of longevity and good fortune.
Size: 6" x 4" x 2"
Only 1 left in stock