The dining culture of Japanese cuisine is well represented by hashi (chopsticks). The hashi is able to kiru (cut), hogosu (unravel) and tsumamu (pick up). The hashi culture begins with itadakimasu (expression of gratitude before a meal) and gochisousama (phrase of appreciation of a feast after a meal). The hashi is a tool that enables us to enjoy our meals each day with the feeling of abundance. Would you like to make your own hashi, and learn how to hold it and use it? Please join us in this wonderful experience.