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Where to Buy Chopsticks Online?
If you wish to buy online we have a couple websites that make ordering them fast and easy.
Our flagship consumer website is here at EverythingChopsticks. You'll find a large selection of chopsticks for sale from around the world. They include beautiful Japanese artisan hashi, Chinese chop sticks, hand-made pairs from the United States. We also have specialty styles from Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
In addition there is a complete selection of holders, rests, gift sets, boxes and sleeves. You'll also find the largest selection of engraved personalized chopsticks, custom boxes and personalized sleeves.
you need a order large quanitites you'll find an excellent selection of
inexpensive wooden chopsticks at
WholesaleChopsticks.com. There, restaurants can buy disposable chopsticks for sale with printed
custom sleeves. There are eco, reusable, dishwasher safe styles in both the Chinese and
Japanese styles. Plus we have soy dispensers, soup spoons and more.
ordering online at one of our stores easy, safe and secure. We have
amazing product choices you're sure to find your perfect pair. Plus we have a 90 day return policy, and you get free shipping for orders of $50+.
Recent Posts From The Chop Stick Blog
Are chop sticks reusable? The answer is yes, all can be washed by hand. However we recommend several styles of bamboo chopsticks, wood, metal chopsticks, and plastic dishwasher safe pairs that are easy care. Plus learn how to care for them, what are the most durable styles, and how disposable sticks are being reused today.
Are you a beginner or still challenged with how to hold these quick little fellows? We have broken down how to use them into 3 clearly illustrated easy steps. You'll find simple suggestions for practicing and improving your dexterity. Follow our guide to be an expert today.
Chop sticks are the main eating utensil for over 22 percent of the world's population today. They are one of the simplest, oldest and most widely used eating utensils. People began using them over 5,000 years ago and have been found in East Asia and the Middle East. Read more about the surprising history of these amazing eating tools, complete with photos of ancient styles.
Whether eating dim sum in New York or noodles in Beijing, there are some things you shouldn't do with your chopsticks. Naturally many of these aren't likely acceptable when using a knife and fork either. Follow these simple rules of proper etiquette and good manners and you'll be a well mannered hashi user wherever you go. And if you're looking for that special pair for your next trip out, we have styles from all cultures.
Your guide to chop sticks in Korea, Japan and China. The next two Olympic Games 2020-2022 (and the previous one in 2018) are held in Asia. Our blog post covers the differences in these main three styles of Japanese, Chinese and Korean eating utensils. Plus we include important etiquette tips tailored to each culture.
Here are the six of our favorite and most amazing styles. Each in their own way is a rare work of art. They are valued for the beauty and joy they brought to our world, and the craftsmanship required to make them. However it's a fact of life that nothing lasts forever. Such is the case with some of the most unique styles ever made.
Do you like purple? Aren’t owls cute? Now you can browse find your favorite pair by color, motif, culture, material, shape and purpose such as purple with owls design.
Browse by Color for instance can be particularly helpful when matching up sticks and a rest. We have fifteen colors from the most popular such as black and red, to the unusual such as pink, orange and yellow.
In our Browse by Motif section you can zero in on one of 28 categories. These include butterfly theme, cat theme (who doesn’t love cats!), dragons, koi, rabbits, samurai, sakura and more. We even have super-fun attributes like Star Wars, dinosaur, and ninja motifs. Have fun with these.
In the Browse by Culture portion you can view items specific to a country such as Japan, China or Korea. This can be helpful as chopsticks from these regions vary quite a bit from one another.
Shape and Purpose attributes can help you find pairs with textured tips, or grooved tips, non-slip or extra long. And if you have a hankering to sandalwood sticks, you’ll find that in Browse by Material. Other popular materials are cherry bark, ebony, stainless steel, and more.
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