In August, events unique to this time of year begin, such as going home and meeting friends for the first time in a while.
I think many people worry about what to give as a gift every year.
To express your feelings of gratitude, Why not send some lucky chopsticks?
Chopsticks have long been known as ``hashiwatashi,'' or ``hashiwatashi,'' and they are lucky charms with the meaning of ``bridge of happiness'' and ``bridge between people.''
In addition, since chopsticks are used as a tool for eating, they represent "not having to worry about food," and since you can eat a lot using chopsticks, they represent "health" and "longevity."
Chopsticks are a tool for daily life that allows you to live a rich and fulfilling life.
We have collectedthe natural wood series, which allows you to enjoy the warmth of natural wood and how it changes over time, as well as chopstick rests in bright colors that are fun to choose from .
Try to find the perfect pair of chopsticks depending on the person you are giving it to.
[Hashikura Matsukan 5 colors of chopsticks to choose from depending on the tree species]
In Obama City, Fukui Prefecture, we have been making chopsticks as a tool for daily life since 1919. Among the many available, I chose the one that is the simplest and the easiest to use. Bright natural colors and a familiar hexagonal shape that fits comfortably in your hand. When you think of a dining table, find the color that stands out to you.