Chinese Chopsticks Vs. Japanese Chopsticks.
Once you know what to look for, the difference is easily identifiable.
Simply stated, Japanese chopsticks tend to be shorter and taper to a point.
Chinese chopsticks tend to be longer, with rounded or squared edges, and feature a blunt tip at the end.
For our most recent #G550 #privatejet completion, we selected a magnificent set of Chinese chopsticks from @christofle for our client's dining pleasure onboard.
Silver plated and the perfect finishing touch to the most refined cabin environment.
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