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Snack in style with Japan’s glowing gamer chopsticks

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By grape Japan

Even if you're bundled up in Japan's ultimate gaming onesie and have a bottle of gaming sake to polish off, you may find yourself lacking a little gamer aesthetic when you reach for a bite to eat. Not to worry, as Japan has you covered with these stylish shining gaming chopsticks.

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Available from digital gadget retailer Shanghai Doya, the "Shining Gaming Chopsticks" feature an LED light-up function (activated with a button) that'll add some glow-in-the-dark lighting to your snacking, so you won't spoil the gaming mood when you need a bite in the middle of a boss fight.

The lightsaber aesthetic chopsticks can even be used to help light up a bag of chips in the dark, so you may want to start eating chips with chopsticks if you don't already.

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The chopsticks can cycle through 9 different colors to match your room and gaming gear setup as well.

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The LED unit attached to the handle is removable, so the chopsticks (made of transparent resin) can be washed safely.

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Sure thing, Darth. You can whip these out to REALLY show your new in-laws and adoptive Asian families how adept You’ve become with chopsticks and let those compliments(micro-aggressions) begin. - /s

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Your two fingers can be chopstick. Free and Easy.

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Made in China.

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Tried these in Taiwan. Simple food like noodles slide right off before getting to your mouth and the battery pods hard edges are uncomfortable. Pass.

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Just turn on the light.

Or open a window.

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