Ironwood Japanese chopsticks wrapped with cherry bark in the traditional
kabazaiku fashion. Kabazaiku cherry bark craft dates back to the 18th
century, and is the art of fashioning cherry bark to wooden boxes, tea
canisters and chopsticks using sap a small metal trowel heated over a
fire. The kabazaiku craft is said to originate in the northern city of
Kakunodate, Akita prefecture in Japan. Cherry bark wrap is 2-1/4 inches
long. Ironwood chopsticks are 8-7/8 inches long with smooth tips and square handles. These cherry bark wooden chopsticks are made in Japan.