A series of tableware made of Paulownia wood. Paulownia wood is very soft and light so the blade of a knife does not crack easily. Paulownia wood also has strong antibacterial properties and can be used for a long time because the dents will be restored if it is left in contact with water. Paulownia is truly the best material for practical cutting boards. However, paulownia has a disadvantage: its thick conduit tubes allow water to seep in through the edge surfaces, making it prone to rotting. In order to solve this problem, a natural coating made mainly of milk was applied to the end faces to make them last longer. The shape is designed so that the water drains away naturally when you set it up.