A pair of baguettes to enjoy delicious sushi? What a good idea!
Who says Japan, says
. These culinary utensils appeared in the land of the rising sun during the 7th century. Used by almost a third of the world's population, however, its trend is downward. In question? The westernization of East Asia following the Second World War.
If you're wondering who these cute little cats are drawn on these
, this is a lucky cat. Called maneki neko, this feline has been the subject of many folk legends. In each of these stories, maneki heralds luck and prosperity.
Pack contains 5 pairs of culinary chopsticks
Asian chopsticks are made of natural wood from bamboo
Size: 22.5 cm
Here are our recommendations to carry all your meals with a baguette:
🥢 Our two-step method for using
? Place the first wand (still) between the palm of your hand and the ring finger. Add the second wand between that same hollow, middle and ring finger. Pinch and grab your food.
🥢 Now let's move on to Japanese eating rules: take your
in your left hand, do not plant them in your dish, do not lick them and use a chopstick rest instead of putting them on the table.
🥢 Just as it is frowned upon to point at someone in France, it is strongly discouraged to point someone with
. Similarly, if you want to taste your dish, use the spoon and not the chopsticks to transfer some of your food.
🥢 As the holidays approach, for a birthday or to expand your range of cutlery, you can find our
in a typical Japanese collection and colorful as desired.
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