A set of glass chopstick rests and chopsticks shaped like the symbol of Japan, Mt. Fuji! This is a new work of the "FUJIUT SUSHI" series, which expresses the popular Mt. Fuji with high glass-processing technology. A pair of red and blue chopstick rests that express the beautiful silhouette with colored glass and two pairs of original chopsticks are included in the set, and it is also recommended for couples and families. It is a Made in Japan product not only for home use, but also a perfect gift for friends and family.
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- Mt. Fuji-shaped chopstick rest & Mt. Fuji-pattern chopsticks are unique
- Red and blue colors that shine on the table. Perfect for gifts!
- Tableware brand of "Ishizuka Glass Co., Ltd.", a pioneer of glass products celebrating its 200th anniversary
A set of chopsticks and chopstick rests that express the four seasons of Mt. Fuji
"FUJIUTSUSHI Chopsticks Matching Pair Set" was born from the desire to know the wonderfulness of Japanese culture and crafts through Mt. Fuji, which changes its expression every four seasons, Red Fuji and Blue Fuji. The chopstick rests are handmade by craftsmen one by one.
A set of chopsticks and chopstick rests that looks great on the table, and comes in two colors, red and blue, so it's also recommended as a gift for couples and families!
Mt. Fuji-shaped chopstick rest & Mt. Fuji pattern chopsticks set
"FUJIUTSUSHI Chopsticks Matching Pair Set" is a set of red and blue chopstick rests and chopsticks. The chopstick rest is handmade by craftsmen, expressing the symbol of Japan "Mt. Fuji" with colored glass.
The color is based on the image of Red Fuji and Blue Fuji, and accented with white snow expressed by sandblasting. The chopsticks are original chopsticks with a Mt. Fuji pattern in gold and have antibacterial specifications. Not only the design but also the practicality is outstanding.
A tableware brand from a pioneering manufacturer of glass products that is celebrating its 200th anniversary
Ishizuka Glass is a glass manufacturer founded in 1819 in Dota, Kani City, Gifu Prefecture. At the time of its founding, the company worked on vidro glass work, and since then the company has manufactured various types of glass and use our advanced glass processing technology to enter the tableware and bottle business. In 1961, the brand "ADERIA" was born with the concept of "always abundant in the immediate vicinity." Among them, the "FUJIUT SUSHI" series is a series that expresses Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan. It is popular because it expresses the ancient Japanese culture and the beauty of the four seasons with high glass processing technology.
- [Chopstick rest] Width 50-35mm x Height 12mm
- [Chopsticks] Length 230mm
- [Box] Width 258mm x Height 98mm x Depth 28mm
- Material: Chopstick rest = soda glass, chopsticks = wood
- Others: In a vanity case
- Made in Japan
- Made by Ishizuka Glass Co., Ltd.
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