Quality chopsticks from the artisans of Buddhist statues
Founded in 1939. They produce sumitsubos, traditional Japanese inkpots, as well as carpentry tools such as eyelet pliers and spools. In recent years they have combined today’s technology with their inherited mastery of production, and have successfully created chopsticks ("tools for eating") renowned for their soft feel, in addition to stationery items such as fountain pens. During the festival, they will hold chopstick-making workshos.