My Hashi

By 28th February 2011 August 27th, 2013 Uncategorized

A GROUND-LEVEL environmental movement aiming to curb the use of disposable chopsticks by encouraging people to bring their own set of hashi (chopsticks) to restaurants.

It’s estimated that in a single year Japan uses an approximated 25,000,000,000 pairs of waribashi (wooden disposable chopsticks), which is about 200 pairs per person. So, instead of aiding in deforestation, invest in a colourful set of chopsticks that are not only morally satisfying, they look better and are more comfortable to eat with. J-Sekka has a wide range of colours to choose from.

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