These beautiful black and blue lacquer Japanese chopsticks are styled after “Edo Kibashi”,a traditional style of chopsticks made in Tokyo for over 100 years. These Edo (old word for Tokyo) style chopsticks typically have geometrical bases which make them much sturdier and easier to grip than other kinds. Made from carefully selected, dense grain wood and coated in fine, resilient lacquer, these Japanese chopsticks also feature wonderful images of falling Japanese cherry blossom petals at the end of spring. “Sakurafubuki” is the Japanese word for when cherry petals fall like snowflakes, which is depicted here by the grainy imprint of the Japanese cherry blossom petals scattered along the smooth lacquer surface.
Every great noodle or rice bowl should always be accompanied by a pretty pair of chopsticks, and these ones have so much character that they’ll quickly become your favorite! The color of these Japanese chopsticks pairs well with a fine set of dark blue cherry blossom dinnerware
, and their muted tones would make vibrant sushi all the more enticing.
These Edo style chopsticks are made in Japan from the finest woods and are coated with a resilient lacquer that is made to be dishwasher safe. They’ll last the test of time and will stay with you for every Asian dinner, and would also be the perfect gift for a friend who likes fine Asian dining, or even for those who just enjoy their Cup Noodles!
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