Baguettes japonaises pour le service Rikyu chopsticks 27cm
These are long chopsticks ideal for presentation or serving. They allow greater precision for serving food and for dressing.
These chopsticks have the particularity of being thin at both ends and wider in their center.
They were originally invented by Sen no Rikyu during the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1573-1603) and were intended for Kaiseki, a style of Japanese cooking.
Today, these chopsticks are widely used for training.
Matter : bamboo
These chopsticks are dishwasher safe.
Before storing them, please air dry them in a ventilated area. Drying in the sun will damage the chopsticks.
Made in Japan