Uncle Hashinaga Project Sakura Chopsticks (Medium / Red)
With every purchase of these sakura-inspired chopsticks, a child at an orphanage will receive their very own chopstick set.
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These chopsticks are part of the “Uncle Hashinaga Project” which donates one pair of chopsticks to a child at an orphanage for every pair purchased. The red-tinted wood of the chopsticks contrasts beautifully with the shining, pearlescent cherry blossom petal motif on the handle, giving these understated ohashi an eye-catching appearance upon second glance.
- Product weight: 100 gr
- Product height: 23 cm
- Product width: 3 cm
- Product length: 1 cm
Uncle Hashinaga Project Sakura Chopsticks (Medium / Red) is produced in Fukui prefecture.
Hyoaemon is committed to producing chopsticks that adhere to the highest safety standards. Using virgin lacquer that does not contain harmful ingredients to coat the tips of their chopsticks, and natural wood like ebony, rosewood, cherry tree, and maple; Hyozaemon ensures that customers have peace of mind when selecting their products. Their special consideration for materials all started in the 1970s, when one mother questioned if it was safe for her child to put the tips of worn-out chopsticks in their mouth after grinding down the tip of it like a colored pencil. That question triggered Hyozaemon to review the safety of their chopstick materials, and treat chopsticks more like food regarding the standards to which they are held. Now, Hyoaemon makes chopsticks with the motto "chopsticks are food."