Ice cream spoon

design : Naoki Terada

No.01 vanilla
No.02 chocolate
No.03 strawberry

It is not an easy task to try to scoop out the rock hard frozen ice cream straight out of the It’s not easy trying to scoop rock-hard frozen ice cream that’s straight out of the freezer. But having to wait while it softens is so irritating. The 15.0% ice cream spoon solves this frustration.
The spoon is made of solid aluminum. Due to the high thermal conductivity of aluminum, the heat from the hand holding the spoon slowly melts the ice cream, making it easier to scoop out. Also, the plump shape of the spoon fits right into your palm. This means your whole palm, not just your fingertips, wraps around it so that when you dig into the rock-hard ice cream, your hand will not hurt.
You no longer have to wait for your ice cream to soften!


Good Design Award 2011 (Japan)


JIDA Design Museum Selection Vol.14, Selected Product (Japan)


15.0% official site (Japanese)

Ice cream spoon

No.01 vanilla

Standard type with an egg-shaped tip.

No.02 chocolate

With an angular tip. Fits bottom corner on the ice cream cup.

No.03 strawberry

With a fork-shaped tip. Ideal for drilling into your sorbet.

JT11G-11 / JT11G-12 / JT11G-13

w105 × d26 × h14mm
Aluminum (Finish : Polish)

Naoki Terada

Architect, designer
In 1994, he completed MA course of the Association School of Architecture (AA school) in London. After returning to Japan, he produced and directed various brands as well as designing architectures and products. In 2003, he established TERADA DESIGN ARCHITECTS OFFICE. In 2011, he opened “TERADAMOKEI” in Simokitazawa, Tokyo. Currently, he’s President, COO of Interoffice Inc., an outside lecturer of Musashino Art University, and the juror of the Good Design Award.
He directs the brand, “15.0% ice cream spoon”which is produced and marketed by TAKATA Lemnos Inc., while designing all the products.

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