Perfect Fit Dishwasher Safe Wakasa Lacquer Reusable Chopsticks Red 15cm/5.9in - 22.5cm/8.9in
It features a gradient red color.
They are made of Wakasa lacquerware, which has the largest share of the chopstick production in Japan. The carving on the handle not only accentuates the design, but also has a dent that fits your hand for easy holding. By holding them in the position of that dent, you can hold them in a beautiful and correct way.
In addition, the tip has a non-slip finish that makes it easy to pick up food. It comes in six different sizes to fit any hand. They can be used by all ages, from children to the elderly. It is especially suitable for children who are learning how to hold chopsticks, as the size can be changed as they grow and easy to use.
It is dishwasher safe and easy to clean. We highly recommend these chopsticks for daily use.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: 15cm(5.9in) - 22.5cm(8.9in)
- Material: Wood- Wakasa Lacquerware
- Coating: Urethane resin
- Origin: Made in Japan
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About Wakasa Lacquer Chopsticks
Wakasa lacquer chopsticks are traditional lacquered chopsticks from Obama City, Fukui Prefecture, with a history of about 400 years. It currently accounts for more than 80% of the national share of domestically produced lacquered chopsticks.
Wakasa lacquer chopsticks was designated as a "traditional craft" on February 6, 1978 in recognition of its advanced techniques. It is characterized by their unique three-dimensional patterns created by applying layers of colored lacquer made of shells and eggshells. It was sometimes called "jewel lacquering" because of the noble shine of the patterns that represented the ocean floor.
Today, you can find a wide variety of Wakasa lacquer chopsticks, some handmade using traditional methods, some made using transfer sheets, and some made using dishwasher-safe paints. Enjoy choosing the chopsticks that best suit your lifestyle.