Kotobukiya’s LightSaber Chopsticks: A Sight For Sore Jedis
What are some of the special features associated with these cool new Star Wars-Themed LightSaber Chopsticks?
These incredible LightSaber chopsticks are 80% energy blade and can cut through any material (including sushi). There is no place where protein can hide on your plate any longer. All food is doomed to ingestion and subsequent digestion. Kotobukiya exhibited these Star Wars-Themed LightSaber Chopsticks at the Star Wars Celebration Japan a few weeks ago, much to the admiration of Star Wars fans.
Are they really suitable chopsticks or just the representation of a celluloid epic adventure?
Well for some fans, if these innovative chopsticks ever become available, forks may be a thing of the past at the dining room table. At this time, however, there is no word on the pricing of these magical eating utensils or any indication that they will ever make it to the United States.
Can these Star Wars-Themed LightSaber Chopsticks really be used as effective utensils?
Well, my friends, does Jedi come to dinner at your house? (Maybe he does and I should phrase questions differently.) I am assuming that he doesn’t really visit except maybe on the television screen, which is a visit indeed, we must admit. Still, these LightSaber Chopsticks might not really work unless they could be programmed to bludgeon, like the lightsaber belonging to Luke, which made its debut in the beginning of Return of the Jedi, just in time to knock Jabba’s nasty henchmen around.
How did the Star Wars Celebration Japan event come to be?
This unique celebration, honoring the 30th anniversary (June 24, 1978) of the Japanese premiere of George Lucas’s epic sc-fi fantasy film, which was held from July 19 to 21 at Makuhari-Messe Convention Center near Tokyo, was the collaborative efforts of Lucasfilm, Ltd, and The Lewis Daniel Group. Kotobukiya made quite a splash with these unique Star Wars-Themed LightSaber Chopsticks.
Are these unusual LightSaber Chopsticks for you?
Ask Luke Skywalker, but be careful.
You might be surprised by his answer.
M Dee Dubroff