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MASIJA / DIY Tea Maker Kit


MASIJA is a product that not only helps to decrease food waste but also makes them reusable. It is a local based product from Jeju Island, South Korea, and it helps local businesses as well. It was inspired by nature, ritual, and the original shape of fruits. It improves overall well being, environmentally, and physically satisfying relationships with foods.

An estimated 140 tonnes of food is wasted per day in Jeju city, and they spent a huge budget, 1,118,900 million won to get rid of the food waste. MASIJA is a DIY tea maker kit that reuses the citrus fruit peels and makes them as tea.


Parsons School of Design

Parsons School of Design
The New School
New York, United States

Juri Kim,
Parsons School of Design

Sungjik Kim,
Parsons School of Design