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These Ivory Kotobuki Chopsticks are decorated with metallic gold Japanese Kanji characters, symbolizing congratulations and long l...ife. They are great for use as wedding or party favors! 50 pairs of chopsticks per box; not sold per piece Each pair of chopsticks are 9 in length and individually packaged in a clear sleeve read more

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Our Red Kotobuki Chopsticks feature a metallic gold= Japanese Kanji character symbolizing congratulations and long life. They are ...great for use as wedding or party favors! 50 pairs of chopsticks per box; not sold per piece Each pair of chopsticks are 9 in length and individually packaged in a clear sleeve read more

Kotobuki
$33.00
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Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter and has a high-gloss black lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$10.25
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The Kotobuki Crayon Series of colored mugs features whimsical characters that will bring a smile to everybody who uses one. The ve...rsatile size can be used by all ages as a feeding mug, soup mug, large coffee mug, and more. This orange tiger design was inspired by the Chinese zodiac calendar. The calendar is based on a 12-year cycle, in which every calendar year within the cycle is represented by a different animal. The animal for any given year is said to have certain qualities and traits that, for a human born in that year, is said to possess as well. Year of The Tiger birth years: 1914 , 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010. People born in the Year of The Tiger are brave and competitive. They will always rise up to meet any challenge, and are born leaders. read more

Kotobuki
$33.00
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Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter and has a high-gloss red lacquer finish. read more

Kotobuki
$33.00
at Amazon

Lacquer ware production in the Wakasa region of Japan began during the edo period in the 17th century. Well known throughout Japan... as the region that produces the finest lacquer ware in the country, the traditions of the Wakasa lacquer artisans, with their fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, continue to this day. This round tray measures 13-1/2 in diameter. The tray has a high-gloss red lacquer interior finish and black exterior finish. read more

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