Miyabitake Flower Japanese Bamboo Food Picks
These food picks have a flower motif and come in three different colors, red, yellow and orange, allowing you to enjoy a variation of colors.
When there are no bold colors in dishes, use these food picks to provide visual impact. The flower design is sure to please even small children.
Use this food stick simply to spear a few small pieces of items such as fruit, cheese, vegetables, or meat to create fresh mini skewers. Create fun garnishes by spearing fruit, olives, or meatballs with food picks’ pointed end. There are many ways to arrange them.
This product is made of bamboo, making it safe to carry in the mouth. In addition, bamboo has antimicrobial action, which helps to stop foods from perishing. It is safe to use even for families with small children.
Compared to plastic picks, they hold slippery items in one stick. They are helpful to put small foods together and add extra color to your bento and other dishes. It can be washed and used repeatedly.
Miyabitake is a brand of bamboo products handmade in Beppu City, Oita Prefecture, where is the largest producer of Japanese timber bamboo.
Beppu bamboo crafts originated in the Muromachi period (1336-1573) when baskets for peddlers were made and sold. During the Edo period (1603-1868), as the name of Beppu Hot Springs spread, kitchen utensils were made for use by the guests of the hot springs during their stay. As these items were brought back home as souvenirs, many bamboo crafts were produced and became a local industry in the Beppu area.
- Quantity: 12
- Dimension: 1.4cm(0.55in) × H9cm(3.5in)
- Material: Bamboo
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Miyabitake
- Notes: Do not soak items in the water, keep it dry after wash.
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Japanese Bamboo Craft
Bamboo has been actively planted throughout Japan since ancient times, and well-kept bamboo groves have formed a beautiful landscape.
Flexible, strong, and versatile, bamboo is truly a blessing from nature and an indispensable plant for the transmission of Japanese culture and people's daily lives. Bamboo handicrafts have developed to suit the local lifestyle.