Small spoon in silver with an ancient glass bead at the bottom of the handle. Every spoon has a different bead.
Naho Kamada is a Japanese metalworker from Kumamoto Prefecture, now based in Tokyo. She studied under craftsman Takejiro Hasegawa, the third generation of the Hasegawa family who have a long tradition in producing metal items for the tea ceremony. Naho Kamada produces metal objects that people can use on a daily basis and enjoy with longevity in mind.