Medium wooden 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. Kabazaiku cherry bark chopsticks are 10 inches long with smooth tips and square ends. Made in Japan.