Originating in Kyoto, this fifth-generation atelier combines traditional shaping techniques with modern design concepts. The bamboo, which is locally sourced in the outskirts of Kyoto is light-weight and sturdy.
Tori-bashi (Serving Chopsticks) are made with durable and flexible bamboo with pointed tips on both sides that are perfect for serving multiple dishes at a dinner party or picnic. They also work nicely for plating.
The Fukutori set features two sets of chopsticks in classic colors of black and red. It literally translates to "catching luck" and is meant to bring fortune between loved ones during a special celebration, such as New Years. The colorful packaging features a winter landscape, making it a great gift for someone.
The Tsukimichopsticks include two sets of chopsticks in elegant red and yellow colors. The beautiful packaging with the pictures of moon and rabbit, reminiscent of the Tsukimi or moon-viewing festivals that occur in mid-Autumn in Japan, can make a nice small gift for someone, too.
Size: 10.25” | 26 cm
Producer: Kohchosai Kosuga
Origin: Kyoto, Japan
Usage and Care
Hand wash only Please use mild soap and soft sponge
Avoid soaking in water
Avoid extended exposure to direct sunlight; product may discolor and/or warp
Avoid using near exposed flame or electric stoves; items are flammable
Avoid using in microwave or contact with boiling water; coatings will be damaged
Please be careful as bamboo occasionally splinters
Usually ships out in-stock items within 3 business days of order.
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Usually ship out in-stock within 5 business days of order.
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We do not accept any returns for international orders. Any additional charges (including but not limited to import tax, custom fees, VAT, brokerage charge) that might incur after the order lands in the destination country must be borne by the recipient.