Monday, June 15, 2015
HASHIOKI (chop stick rests)
HASHIOKI are chopstick rests. They make a table setting a bit more formal. They come in all shapes and sizes. They can be made plain, ornate or fanciful. They can be made in ceramic, lacquer, wood or washi paper.
Top: Five little roostersBottom: The always popular "Maneki neko" is portrayed here as peas in a pod.
I love this set. It is fanciful.
These are Koda YAKI by the Agano Kiln.
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