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“Waribashi” splittable wood chopsticks express Japanese hospitality

When did Japanese people start using chopsticks? Although there are various opinions about the date, it appears that chopsticks came from China at least in the 7th century. “Waribashi,” splittable wood chopsticks, were first made during late Edo period, around 1800. Waribashi are wooden chopsticks which are made from a single piece...

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Discover peace and serenity in gentle Japanese wood tableware

We have added a new handcrafted wood tableware collection made by the Japanese woodworker Tomokazu Furui.  The collection includes beautiful Japanese bowls, plates, coasters, chopsticks and a butter case with wooden spreader.  The wood products are beautifully carved and crafted thanks to Tomokazu's skillful techniques and material selection. He enhances the...

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