The iconic SW388 is synonymous with spoons. We have continued to receive requests for resale from Honda fans around the world, and we have been exploring various possibilities and considering remanufacturing Spoon. Remaining true to our original ideas, we will begin manufacturing and selling the new SW388 using the forging cutting method, ALL Made In Japan, at Tan-ei-sya in Toyama Prefecture, one of Japan's leading forged wheel manufacturers. Matte black alumite treatment that is lighter and stronger than painting. Why is the hub surface not flat? Taking inspiration from the arch of the human foot, we cut an arch-like groove on the inner surface and create a space where there is no surface contact, which naturally applies the load to the outside, improving the connection strength between the hub and the wheel, and reducing the impact from the road surface. It is now possible to absorb shock and reduce the burden transmitted to the holes and hub knuckles. In addition, by being pulled outward, the accuracy of the center axis after installation is increased, and the design and function prevent the hub bolt from loosening.