Mame Ohagki - Counting Beans
Details: Mame Ohagki means "bean" in Japanese. This is a set of wooden beans with a small bowl and chop sticks. They can be used like building blocks by piling them up, lining them up (side by side), or arranging them by color. A good way to practice using chop sticks and great for dexterity and finger training to help children build up the muscles they need for writing. The beans can be used to teach children how to count, simple addition, subtraction and division.
100 mame ohagki (beans)
A set of wooden chopsticks
A denim pouch
A cotton bag
Dimensions: 230x70x200 mm
Materials: Made with sustainably-sourced wood (mostly beechwood) and hand-crafted in small batches in Asia. This item featured also contains cotton.
Recommended Age: 3 years+
Safety: kiko+gg toys are tested to the highest international safety standards and certified with EU safety standard CE-EN71 and ASTM International safety standard, CE, Prop 65.
Brand: Kiko+ & gg* is a modern-minimalist, boutique toy brand from Osaka, Japan. Over 10 years ago, when plastic toys ruled the toy world - two female toy designers Kaz and Novi had a better idea. Toys could be beautifully-designed, durable, AND fun for kids at the same time! The brand concept is simple: to create beautifully-designed toys that spark imaginations and make you smile! Thousands of kiko+ & gg* toys have also been donated to charitable and creative causes, like The Toy Foundation, MAD museum and Kids Art Fest NYC .