Some of Nendo and Hashikura Matsukan’s chopstick concepts. The Rassen have helical grooves so they make a single unit, while the Kamiai have magnets that hold them together. More on Nendo. Images by Akihiro Yoshida.
We like to think we’ve got the whole chopstick thing down to a science. And we pick up our sushi with our fingers. But for those of you who must eat à la Américain, these combo utensils should help you eat (and cheat) just fine.
A third pair to add to your arsenal of chopsticks. The nunchuck handle details also help grip food, and the metal chain means you’ll always have a complete pair (or lose both at once).
Ever gotten chopsticks that say “now you can pick up anything” on the wrapper? While these light-up chopsticks might not be able to lift an X-wing from the Dagobah swamp, they’ll do fine with sushi.
You’re gobbling down some Pad Thai and get down to those last few bites on the plate. You could continue to work at it with your chopsticks, or just flip over your fork and knife.
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