'YAKU' in "YAKUSAJI" means 'approximately' or 'roles' in Japanese, and 'SAJI' means 'spoons.' So, it is a spoon to measure the volume of condiments to "approximation," and it plays various "roles" as not only a measuring spoon but also as a stirrer or a scoop.
These artful kitchen tools combine the casual utility of a culinary spoon for stirring and tasting, with the precise capacity of a measuring spoon in both teaspoon and tablespoon dimensions. With the perfect depth and shape to both stably contain liquids while moving between vessels and easily pour them when ready, these spoons are perfectly balanced to lend increased stability and precision to the movements of a busy chef.
Japanese designed and forged from the highest grade of Japanese stainless.
Made in Tsubame CIty, Japan.
Available in two sizes, 7.75" x 1.25"; 5mL capacity and 8.25" x 2"; 15mL capacity
Designed by Ono Rina.