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Tsuyuki Walnut Chopsticks


 
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These chopsticks have a simple yet very detailed traditional Hakone Marquetry pattern. They are made to be use everyday, being solid and yet beautiful it is a great present to do to any Japan lovers. The color of the wood is preserved and enhance by the Hakone marquetry pattern.  
These chopsticks are available in two sizes in order to be comfortable for everybody. 


Gallery Tsuyuki was established in 1926 by Seikichi Tsuyuki. Inheriting from the inventor of the Yosegi Zaiku from Hakone, also called Hakone Marquetry. The Gallery Tsuyuki is now run by the third generation of the Tsuyuki family in Odawara. Gallery Tsuyuki became renowned because of its high quality Hakone Marquetry products and also because of their Innovative spirit. 



Producer:Gallery Tsuyuki 
Material:  Walnut tree 
Size:  
235 mm (9.2 inches) Big model
205 mm (8.1 inches) Small model



Our Price: ¥2,100
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Product Code: 66


  

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These chopsticks made from walnut trees by Gallery Tsuyuki have a beautiful yet simple Yosegi pattern. They are sold in two sizes in order to be comfortable for anybody.
They are traditional Japanese Hakone Marquetry products.

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Elegant tableware September 10, 2012
Reviewer: Brian DiBattista from Newark, DE United States  
High quality set.  Very pleased with my purchase.

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