Wagara Japanese Chopsticks

Wagara Japanese Chopsticks

Regular price $21.99

Embrace Japanese culinary style with these handcrafted Japanese chopsticks

The origin of Japanese chopsticks or “hashi"dates back to the 7th century. Used in other countries such as China in the 12th century BC, its use quickly crossed borders to settle in Japan and become a kitchen utensil adopted by all.

The term wagara refers to traditional Japanese motifs. These historical drawings have symbolic meanings and are often taken up in all aspects of Japanese culture: decoration, cooking , clothing, art, crafts... The wagara motifs of these chopsticks are in bluish tones, a spiritual color in the land of the rising sun.

  • Package contains 5 pairs of chopsticks
  • These Japanese chopsticks are made of natural bamboo wood
  • Size: 22.5 cm

Here are our tips for using Japanese chopsticks correctly:

🥢 If you're not used to holding kitchen chopsticks , here's a simple method: position the first baguette in the palm of your hand at the base of the thumb and hold it still with your ring finger. Then put the second wand between your thumb, index finger and middle finger then exert the movement of a clamp by moving this second stick.

🥢 To use Japanese chopsticks in the rules of the art, use your left hand, do not plant your chopsticks in food, do not lick them and put them on a chopstick rest (or hashi oki) when you no longer use them.

🥢 In addition, wooden chopsticks do not lend themselves. It is also very frowned upon to point someone with it. It's as wrong as pointing the finger at someone in France. Finally, don't use it to transfer food from one bowl to another: the spoon is made for that.

🥢 If you want to discover other patterns for these Japanese utensils , we advise you to go to our collection of chopsticks japanese . You will be pleasantly surprised at the diversity of ornaments that can exist.

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