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Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA
Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA Brand Bamboo Tora-dake Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA

Brand Bamboo "Tora-dake" Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA

Product Code: B00HXT71NA
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  • Dimension: 9.3" x 0.236" x 0.551" (LxHxW in inches) ; Weight: 0.3 ounces

  • [Made in Japan] Bamboo-made chopsticks are light-weight, comfortably fit in your hand, and are designed to be very easy to use, with which you can hold food without slipping.

  • It is unpainted.

  • 1.Do not leave chopsticks soaked in cold or warm water after use. 2.After use, rinse them with warm or cold water, and then wipe water off with a soft cloth. Never use any scrubbing brush or cleanser to clean them. 3.In case they are soiled, you can use detergent to wash them, but never use an automatic dishwashing machine or a dish dryer. 4.Keep them away from fire. Do not store them in the direct sunlight or in excessive humidity to prevent them from getting discolored or deformed. 5.Never use a microwave oven. 6.Let them dry well in the shade to thoroughly get rid of any moisture before storing them. 7.Keep them in a well-ventilated area.

  • "Japanese bamboo culture" Bamboo exists closely to Japanese life, and it goes without saying that the Japanese have been using it as a tool for a long time. Bamboo also deeply influenced the traditional culture arts of tea ceremony and flower arrangement. Bamboo has the power to grow one meter a day and is seen to be green all year round. Because of its straight shape and flexibility, and the fact that people believed God was living inside of it, bamboo has been used as a plant that is mysterious and brings good luck for local traditional events. It is said that there are about 620 kinds of bamboo in Japan (1,350 kinds in the world). They are located between tropical and warm climate zones. Japan is the northern end in which bamboo can grow.Although Japanese bamboo is especially high quality and perfect for artifacts, the bamboo that can be used for artifacts is rarely found. Madake is one of the best bamboo for artifacts due to its flexibility, sturdiness and beautiful skin. Kurochiku, Hachiku, Torafutake, Nemagaritake and Mousouchiku are also used often. We could call Japan "a country of bamboo."

  • ? Beautiful Japanese handicrafts?
    Japanese handicrafts date back over a few thousand years of history.
    Tools, architecture and artifacts such as bamboo wares, wooden products, lacquer products, ceramics, metal products,
    dyeing and Japanese Washi paper are all products of Japanese history, weather and climate.
    A unique Japanese sense of beauty lies behind the art, and this steady and sensitive technique has been producing refined products,
    both practical and artistic, for years.
    Nothing is better than the sense and technique that the Japanese have been cultivating for a long time.
    Since they are important Japanese treasures, we should not let it come to an end.
    We call these traditional products ?Japanese Brand,? and would like to revere them.
    I am introducing the products that each craftsman made carefully and with devotion.
    I have selected only the best products that you would be interested in.
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    Brand Bamboo "Tora-dake" Chopsticks (Traditional Crafts of Japan) 42007 - B00HXT71NA

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