Do you know the art of the luxury Japanese wand with a geometric pattern?
The use of
is so widespread that a third of the world's population would eat with chopsticks, mainly in East Asia. However, since the Second World War, Japan has become westernized and more and more younger generations prefer the fork and the knife.
The patterns shown on the top of these
are reminiscent of Japanese geometric patterns. These prints are related to Japanese folklore or the tradition of the archipelago. Each shape has its symbolism and is inspired by the cultural values of the country of the rising sun.
Pack includes 5 pairs of chopsticks
These Japanese chopsticks are made from natural bamboo
Size: 22.5 cm
Find our suggestions for an impeccable use of Japanese cutlery:
🥢 To hold
in your hands, place the first wand between the palm of your hand and your ring finger then add the second wand in that same hollow and place it between your middle and ring fingers. It is the latter that will rotate like a clamp.
🥢 Adopt these simple gestures so as not to clash with the sensitivity of traditional Japanese: the left hand is recommended to hold
, it is not recommended to plant them in food or lick them and they must be placed on chopsticks rests.
🥢 Did you know that
don't lend themselves? It is also ill-perceived to use it to point at someone (as you do not point the finger at someone in France). And if you need to transfer food to another plate, use the spoon provided for that purpose.
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? Go to the collection to make your choice from a selection finely made by us.
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