REUSABLE. NATURAL. VIBRANT.
Chopsticks make eating your noodles, sushi, rice bowls, dim sum, Shabu-shabu, Korean BBQ more authentic—and more fun. The nature of using chopsticks also encourages you and yours to eat more mindfully. (Which turns out to be a healthier way to it. Google it!) Each chopstick is etched with rings on the bottom to help you more readily grab lettuce and other slippery foods. However, the most challenging part of these chopsticks is choosing which set you like best.
These sets make great gifts, especially if you pair them with a bottle of sake or Japanese beer!
What's Good Tip: Use these to hold a messy bun in place, just twist your hair, and use one or two sticks to hold it tight.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Disposable and plastic chopsticks, and other plastic cutlery.
Made in Japan
Recyclable paper board and, for sanitary reasons, these chopsticks are packaged in a plastic wrap. What's Good has expressed that we'd like to see the manufacturer consider alternate methods of packaging.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Kotobuki manufactures these vibrant and reusable chopsticks. Down to Earth, a small, eco-focused distributor in the Pacific Northwest, is the company we purchase them through. If you live in the PNW, Down to Earth has retail stores you can visit... especially if you're into gardening.