Treat yourself to these original Japanese chopsticks with the effigy of the little lucky cat
Although the origin of
is not known in a safe and certain way, it seems that they appeared in Japan in the 7th century. The story tells that the sticks with religious aim are said to come from China and date back to the 12th century BC.
The patterns printed on these
represent maneki neko. In Japanese culture, this cute little cat brings good luck. Many legends exist about him. It is often found in the form of a statuette on the storefronts of shops and restaurants in the archipelago.
The package consists of a set of 5 pairs of chopsticks
These Japanese chopsticks are made of bamboo wood
Size: 22.5 cm
Here are our tips on how to handle Japanese chopsticks like no one else:
The ultimate method to use these
is to hold the first wand between the hollow at the base of the thumb and ring finger and then place the second in the same hollow by placing it between the middle and ring fingers. Then make a pinch movement by moving the second wand: you will be able to grab your food before enjoying it.
🥢 In order not to make odds, we recommend that you follow these simple tips: hold the
with your left hand, do not plant them in your food, do not lick them and use a chopstick rest when you are no longer using them.
🥢 To avoid being frowned upon, avoid lending these
, do not point anyone with it and use a spoon to transfer your food to another bowl or plate.
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