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Iron frying pan made by Japanese craftsmen
Because we want to grow plants closer to our daily lives, such as at our work desks and dining tables. After repeated trial and error, Fujita Metal, a small factory in Osaka, and TENT, a small design office in Tokyo, worked together to finally reach this goal. This is the "Hachi" plant pot.
The pot and saucer, which used to be separate, are now perfectly integrated. The double-layered structure of the pot keeps plants and soil inside and catches excess water outside.
When you want to move the plant to a sunny spot for watering. The pot and saucer are integrated into one unit and can be quickly carried with one hand. The use of aluminum material makes it lightweight.
Plants breathe not only through their stems and leaves but also through their roots. Plant Pot Hachitaro allows air to pass through the 33 air vents on the upper part of the pot, so that plant respiration is not disturbed. The two-layered structure makes it easy to dispose of accumulated water and prevents root rot. It is also possible to use the pot by reserving water in the saucer portion, soaking the pot for a short while, and then dumping the water out.
As with most small pots, two sizes are available: No. 2 (inner diameter 6 cm) and No. 3 (inner diameter 9 cm). Choose the No. 2 size when you want to use it as a small pot for your work desk, or the No. 3 size for a more spacious place, depending on the plant and situation.
The structure prevents soil and water from leaking and keeps it clean, making it easy to place at work or on the table. You can easily change its location at any time. What would you grow in the Plant Pot "Hachi?"
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