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Cut and serve cake in one simple step. The Magisso deservedly took the RedDot Design Award for 2010 because it works as good as it looks. Use it on just about any cake. A fantastic gift for the host or wedding. $49.50

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Wagashi from Kyoto Uji made with gyuhi soft rice cake dough. The unique shape represents kimono in "The Tale of Genji". As five colors showed through the thin kimono fabric, this wagashi represents this colorful costume of the Heian period.

A kitchen whisk is a great tool for mixing everything from pancake batter to plaster, but depending on how viscous your mixture is, cleaning the gunk off the insides of the wires can be a real pain. Red Dot Award winner Kwon Hansol's Divisible whisk, in the Domestic Aid category, solves this problem. The handle is made of two magnetic halves

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Giro Apple Slicer

This simple, minimalist apple slicer, winner of the Red Dot Design award is named Giro. The clever apple peeler was designed by Christina Schäfer a German designer. It cuts apples in a spiral-form surrounding the core in one smooth fluid motion.