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Ohashi Collection Chopsticks - Ichimatsu Green

Sale price$18.00
EOFY sale - 15% off storewide. Min. spend $80. Auto applied at checkout. Excludes sale and bundled sets. Ends 30th June 2024.

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Featuring a traditional Japanese pattern in a green and black Ichimatsu (checkered) design, this pair of chopsticks will add a sense of "Japanesque" to your chopsticks collection. The Ichimatsu pattern is a timeless Japanese design and have been used in emblems of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and also popular in Japanese pop culture. It usually uses two colours that are quite contrasting. 

The tips of this pair of chopsticks are pointed, and have an antislip surface, making for easy handling of slippery foods like noodles and picking small items.

The Ohashi Collection chopsticks last 10 times longer than wooden chopsticks, are dishwasher, microwave (if you put them in by mistake!) and dryer safe, and the curved necks make them extremely comfortable to hold.

For other chopsticks choices, view our Ohashi collection

Product details

  • Made in Japan
  • Size: 22.5cm (L) x 8mm (diameter)
  • Weight: 20g
  • 4 sided shape
  • Material: Saturated polyester resin (PBT) with urethane coating
  • Temperature tolerance: 200 degrees
  • Microwave, dishwasher and dryer safe
  • *Important*: Due to the crafting process of these unique chopsticks, you may notice some markings around the curved necks. This is not a defect and is present to varying degrees depending on the individual item. These markings will fade over time and use. Please do not attempt to sand or scratch the markings off

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