Carefully selected from Japan - Chopstick rests are perfect for using at home or giving as a special gift for a friend.
These metal pieces are from a company called Hakuhodo. They are from the city of Takaoka in the Toyama Prefecture. Toyama and Oregon are sister states.
Kikko means "tortoise shell." Originally, this hexagonal geometric design came from Western Asia. The tortoise represents longevity in Japan and is said to live for ten thousand years. Thus, the Kikkou pattern is meant to symbolize longevity.
Material: Metal Alloy
Rest Size Aprox: 1.25" x 1.25
Product #: RS10
Hakuhodo is based in Takaoka, Japan which is known for its copperware and lacquerware. This skilled craft and manufacturing technique has been passed down from generation to generation for over 400 years. Hakuhodo has kept this traditional manufacturing technique by using original casts and modernized it with new metal processing technologies.
Carefully selected from Japan - Chopstick rests are perfect for using at home or giving as a special gift for...