Chopstick rests are the easiest way to perk up an ordinary meal. These tin chopstick rests come in shapes of tsukushi, lotus roots, knots and chili peppers. Tsukushi, or young field horsetail, is considered an early spring delicacy in Japan.
Tin gives off a beautiful silver color and subdued shine, making the chopstick rests look precious. They come in simple square packages that bear the maker's stamp.
- Cast tin
Tsukushi: 2¾” x ⅜”; lotus root 1¾" x 1¾"; knot: 2½” x ½”; chili pepper: 2⅝” x 7/16"
- To clean, gently hand wash using a soft sponge and dish soap. Wipe off moisture thoroughly.
- When it becomes dull, polish with metal polish cream, toothpaste or baking soda paste.
Made in Japan
Who Makes It
Sumitani Saburō Shōten was founded in 1939 in Takaoka, where copper casting has been a major industry over 400 years. Using copper casting techniques, they create a wide variety of household and decorative items using iron, aluminum, tin and brass.