Stainless Steel Chopsticks for Plating and Frying by Kobo Aizawa, from Niigata, Japan
Kobo Aizawa is located in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture, an area renowned for its stainless-steel production. The company, which specializes in kitchen goods, was founded in the 1920s (Taisho Era) with the aim to create goods of superior quality that combine functionality and esthetic beauty. The endless pursuit of high quality goods has led Kobo Aizawa to produce items that have aesthetic design and functionality. When you take a look at their products, you might notice tiny details, which is the result of meticulous planning.
These stainless steel chopsticks are loved by professional chefs for their utility and durability. The wooden handles prevents them from slipping and also for easier grips.
Stainless Steel Plating Chopsticks have pointed tips, perfect for precise plating techniques and everyday serving.
Stainless Steel Frying Chopsticks have etched tips for better grip of fried items such as tempura, fried chicken, and cutlet, so it makes the food harder to slip from the chopsticks and drop into the hot oil. They are slightly longer for more leverage while frying.
Size: 13 5/8” | 34.5 cm
Weight: 2.1 oz | 59 g
Size: 14 3/8” | 36.5 cm
Weight: 2.4 oz | 66 g
Material: Stainless Steel / Magnolia Wood
Producer: Kobo Aizawa
Origin: Niigata, Japan
Usage and Care
Hand wash only Use soft sponge and mild dish soap
Avoid soaking in water
Dry completely before store it
Please be careful of the sharp tips of chopsticks
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