Wakasa lacquered chopsticks: Iwaidai

This product was very popular at the market in Oslo and was once sold out immediately.
The design is uniquely Japanese, with an illustration of a sea bream and cherry blossoms on light-colored natural wood, which has a congratulatory meaning.

The sea bream is loved in Japan as a symbol of good fortune.
It is also a symbol of longevity, as sea breams live longer than other fish.

Recommended for people with average hand size.


Made in Japan

Obama, Fukui


In stock


23 cm long




Tanaka Chopstick Shop Co.

The chopstick store that makes these chopsticks is located in Obama City, Fukui Prefecture, a city known for its Wakasa lacquered chopsticks, and was established in 1948.

There are many stores selling Wakasa lacquered chopsticks in Obama City, but only a few of them have their own factories.

Tanaka Chopstick Shop is one of them.

Their craftsmen make chopsticks every day with the desire to deliver chopsticks produced by their own hands to everyone.

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