Baguettes Origami Shippou noir
Easy to handle triangular chopsticks!
To hold the chopsticks, you use your thumb, index finger and middle finger to move the upper chopstick. The triangular section of these chopsticks fits perfectly in the hand.
At the same time, the tip of the chopstick evolves towards a square section to make it easier to pick up food. The shape is entirely designed to offer better ergonomics. This type of wand is also recommended for learning to master the gesture.
This pattern Shippou means “ The seven treasures » in Japanese, it is a concept from Buddhism. It is made up of linked and connected circles, it is a symbol of harmony and human relationships. It is a historical motif and one of the lucky motifs in Japan.
There is also a medium length (21.5cm) in red:
Baguettes Origami Shippou rouge
Finish: Chopstick tip / lacquer paint War natural, Wand body / urethane paint
Type of wood: Natural wood
* Do not wash in the dishwasher.
* This product is handmade, please note that there are subtle differences in each product.
Made in Japan, Fukui Prefecture
Founded in 1921, Hyozaemon is a chopstick manufacturer located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, known for its traditional Wakasa-nuri chopsticks.
Hyozaemon believes that chopsticks should be treated with the same care as food, like everything we put in our mouths. Their wands are made with pure Urushi lacquer which does not contains no chemical paint, which makes them of exceptional quality and safety.