Get yourself these original Japanese chopsticks featuring the lucky little cat
Discover these unique Japanese chopsticks that will add a touch of originality to your meals. Japanese chopsticks have a long history dating back to the 7th century in Japan. According to legends, they were introduced from China in the 12th century BC.
These Japanese utensils are adorned with patterns representing the maneki neko, the famous lucky cat of Japanese culture. The maneki neko is often presented as a figurine in stores and restaurants in Japan.
- The package includes a set of 5 pairs of chopsticks
- These Japanese chopsticks are made of bamboo wood
- Size: 22.5cm
Tips on how to handle Japanese chopsticks like a pro
🥢 Focus on using these kitchen utensils optimally by holding the first chopstick between the base of your thumb and your ring finger, then place the second chopstick in the same space, between your middle finger and ring finger. Perform a pinching movement by moving the second chopstick to easily pick up your food.
🥢 To respect the traditions, we recommend holding the chopsticks with your left hand, not sticking them in your food, not licking them, and using a chopstick rest when not in use.
🥢 To avoid any faux pas, refrain from lending these bamboo chopsticks, pointing at someone with them, and use a spoon to transfer your food to another bowl or plate.
🥢 If you want to discover more models of Japanese chopsticks, visit our collection and explore the various assortments before making your choice.