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Kami Wood Mug. (Photo Courtesy of Muhs Home)

There’s something about this mug that gives us a woody. Crafted by hand and designed by Oji Masanori at the Takahashi Kougei wood workshop, the Kami Wood Mug is a touch lumberjack chic with its green-conscious flair. Casually cool and zen, this mug is made of castor aralia wood from the Hokkaido island in Japan and finished with polyurethane to keep the mug nonporous and resistant to staining. Available in a variety of sizes, this mug is for sale at an affordable $78.

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Photo Courtesy of Muhs Home.

Photo Courtesy of Muhs Home.

 

 

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