Dress up your chopsticks to take them out on the town! These Chopstick Kimono are handmade in the U.S.A., delicately sewn and folded with intention, using various Japanese cotton patterned fabrics. This beautiful chopstick sleeve is styled after traditional fabric chopstick sleeves from Japan. The Asanoha fabric pattern used in the liner is one of the most popular traditional patterns often seen on Japanese kimono. Asanoha means: Asa = hemp, no = of, ha = leaf. The regular geometric pattern, though abstract, represents overlapping hemp leaves. Unique design fits all sizes of personal use chopsticks including Japanese and longer Chinese chopsticks. Hand wash. Chopsticks shown in the folding diagram are not included.