JF Designer has won a design competition to design Japanese kitchen appliances.
JF designer Shigeo Kobayashi and his team from Japan have been working on their new kitchen design since last year.
The company has received over 20 submissions for the design competition, which aims to create new design concepts to further enhance the functionality of the Japanese kitchen.
The winning design concepts will be showcased at the Tokyo Design Museum, which opens on February 1.
The company will also host a workshop on March 12, the official website of the design contest said.
The winning designs include a traditional Japanese wooden table, which can be configured in any configuration and features a bamboo mat for a soft and cozy space.
The designs also feature a bamboo cooking stove, which is said to be the most durable and most versatile of all Japanese kitchen utensils.
It has a ceramic cooking pot with stainless steel cooking grates and a metal lid.
The designs also include a charcoal cooking stove.
Kobayashi said that the Japanese food industry has witnessed a significant improvement in cooking efficiency and the cooking methods of the past decade has resulted in a dramatic improvement in the cooking quality of Japanese foods.
“This is also the main reason for the success of Japanese cooking and home decor products,” he added.