Ishida Ginsetsu Wakasa-Nuri Lacquerware Chopsticks 21/23cm - Made in Japan
Ishida Ginsetsu Wakasa-Nuri Lacquerware Chopsticks - Made in Japan
*This item contains only a pair of chopsticks. They are not a set.
In Japanese, Ginsetsu refers to silver-glittering snow. A close-up image taken by the product photographer shows how the chopsticks' design truly reflects their names.
It is also available in dark marble green and umber. The 23cm long one is dark green. The short one is umber and measures 21cm.
Lacquerware, traditionally known as "urushi" in Japan, is treasured for its durability and timeless beauty. Crafted with precision, this bowl stands as a testament to the long-standing art of Japanese lacquerware.
What is Japanese lacquerware?
Lacquerware, or "urushi" in Japan, is a treasured art form created from the sap of the urushi tree. It stands out for its beauty and practicality, offering a waterproof and acid-resistant finish after an intricate layering and curing process.
Traditional Japanese artisans have ensured over generations that these pieces are not only functional but also meet the highest health standards and are food-safe.
Interesting Read - Japanese Chopsticks: A Guide Before You Buy.
||23cm dark marble green / 21cm umber|
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