Nishijin fabric chopsticks, 1 pair. These chopsticks are wrapped and
finished with Kyo-Nishijin-ori, or kimono fabric. Manufactured in the
famous city of Kyoto, known for its fine textiles, Nishijin is one of
the three prominent textile production areas of Japan. Kyo-Nishijin-ori
means kimono material and these textiles are used to make kimono, obi
(the sash tied around a kimono), and other fine clothing. Nishijin
fabrics generally feature elegant and gorgeous designs. Finished with a
heavy coating to protect the fabric and chopsticks during normal use.
Lacquered rust and white Nishijin fabric over black painted wood
chopsticks. 9 inches long with blended ends and smooth tips. Japanese
style chopstick. Japanese made chopsticks.