Wakasa lacquered chopsticks: Lucky cat Black

(1 customer review)

These chopsticks are decorated with a cute beckoning cat made of hologram material.
Although it is a traditional pattern, the decorative part is glittery, so it is recommended for those who like today’s style and pop design.
Just by having it on your dining table, you may feel somewhat happy and cheerful.


Recommended for adults of 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.

Wakasa lacqureware

1 review for Wakasa lacquered chopsticks: Lucky cat Black

  1. Jeff

    I bought a pair of red and a pair of black chopsticks at the Oslo market. They are so easy to use that my children have stopped using any of the chopsticks they had used before.

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