A perfect gift set for him and her.
In Japan, chopsticks are often given to newlyweds. The pair of chopsticks symbolizes the couple: one chopstick alone is useless and only makes sense with the second chopstick. Moreover, in Japanese the word "chopstick" is pronounced the same way as the word "bridge", which is also symbolic, strengthening the bond between husband and wife.
These chopsticks are made of very hard wood from the willow family and are covered with wild cherry bark when held in the hand.
They are pleasant to the touch and are very well balanced. The bark was applied with the "Kabazaiku" bark working technique of the Denshiro house dating back to 1851, and has been passed down for six generations. The bark of wild cherry is harvested in a way that allows regeneration so as not to interfere with the growth of the trees.
Size: Female 21.5 cm / Male 23 cm
Material: Malus, cherry bark
Surface : Polyester paint
Never leave this product in direct sunlight
or in a humid place. Not suitable for dishwasher.
*Due to the use of natural materials, patterns and colors
and colors may vary.