Hashioki or chopstick stands/rests are one of Japan's most diverse products: you can find literally thousands of designs made from all kinds of materials and in all kinds of shapes. Among this vast catalog, the House for Chopsticks stands out both because of its original design and its pedigree!
Made by Saga Prefecture's Hizen Yoshida pottery, a kiln with a history of 400 years, this unique set at first appears to be a small white porcelain house. But if you take its pieces apart (roof, walls, floor and chimney) they all become chopstick stands accommodating four pairs of chopsticks. Good enough for a family or an intimate dinner gathering! Made with great attention to detail and in two colors (white and gray), the House for Chopsticks will add a classy Japanese note to your table
The House for Chopsticks features: