ISSOU WINTER SAKURA NISHIJIN ORI BROCADE CHOPSTICKS CASE
$30.00

Issou Winter Sakura Nishijin Ori Brocade Chopsticks Case

USD $30

This gorgeous chopstick case is made of Nishijin Ori brocade with a black winter Sakura (cherry blossom) pattern.
All are made of thick high-grade Nishijin Ori brocade from Kyoto.

The length of the best chopsticks is 23.5cm(9.3in), but there is room enough to wrap chopsticks up to the tips even if they are 24cm(9.4in) long.

A cap for the chopstick tip is included for hygienic use. The chopstick case is also hand washable.

It would be wonderful if a chopstick case with a noble and elegant atmosphere appeared from your bag when you eat a homemade bento or a convenience store bento.
From the standpoint of environmental protection, reusable chopsticks and chopstick cases is highly recommended.

It is a perfect gift for those who use chopsticks, as it is a gem that combines traditional Japanese techniques and culture.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1 (A cap for the chopstick tip is included )
  • Dimension: 4.5cm x 24.5cm(9.6in) x 1cm(0.4in)
    /Can be used with chopsticks up to 24 cm(9.4in) in length. 
  • Material: Outer fabric/ 79% polyester, 19% polyethylene, 2% nylon
    Lining/ 100% cotton
  • OriginNishijin Ori brocade
  • Hand-washable in cold water

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ISSOU COLLECTION

Issou is an original brand of Ishida, the company which has been making Wakasa lacquer chopsticks for over 80 years. It has a variety of creative and high-quality chopsticks that fit the needs of modern life, made with the techniques that have been handed down from previous generations.

It collaborates with different production areas, such as Wajima lacquerware and Aizu lacquerware, to create beautiful designs and functionality that have never been seen before.

About Nishijin Ori Brocade

Nishijin Ori brocade is a yarn-dyed textile produced in Nishijin, Kyoto. It has a long history, dating back to the Heian period (794-1185), and is characterized by the use of beautifully dyed threads and patterns woven using a variety of techniques.

Because they are produced in small quantities in a wide variety, they are highly scarce and valuable fabrics that can be used for a long time, passing from one generation to the next.

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