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You can buy crafts, or you can make your own. Aki was a patient teacher in chopstick-making. It is not too hard to use the planer and to hand-sand and oil. Maybe the trickiest part is burning a design into the handle.
I visited to make my own chopsticks and was not disappointed. It isn't cheap, but you get to choose from two types of wood, use a planer, sand the edges, burn designs onto the wood, and receive a little bag to go with your new...More