These Wakasa-nuri couple chopsticks were created using traditional chopstick-making techniques. The shells that appear to be embedded in the chopsticks were created as a pattern by trapping the shells inside, coating them with lacquer, and then carefully grinding them again and again. The milky-white glow of the shells adds a touch of color to the dining table. The pairing of red and black chopsticks, which is typical of husband and wife chopsticks, is also a wonderful touch.
High-class chopsticks carefully made by Wakasa nuribasi craftsmen one by one!
Because it is something that you can eat every day, we want you to use safe and secure chopsticks that use only domestic natural materials.
Chopsticks are a lucky charm, so they are also recommended as gifts for Halle's Day.
|Country of origin
|Fukui Prefecture, Japan
|Natural wood (maras), lacquered
|Dishwasher × (Please wipe off the water immediately after use.)
|Name engraving is not available.
|1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)
Brand history and characteristics
How Japanese Products Can Be Such High Quality
It feels a little thicker than it looks. Chopsticks that are very familiar to your hands, and you will not get tired even if you use it for a long time.
It is a very beautiful lacquer paint and you will want to use it for a long time.
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I bought the marriage celebration of friends. I was able and willing used in pairs.
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