If you’ve always wanted to see thousands of chopstick sleeves in one place, this is for you!
One day, while working as a restaurant waiter for a while, Yuki Tatsumi noticed an intricately folded paper chopstick sleeve left behind by a customer.
He took it as a token of appreciation for his service and thus began a massive art project: Japanese Tip. Tatsumi soon began to notice other customers leaving behind similar folder artifacts and began collecting them all. Now he’s got more than 13,000 paper sculptures ranging from ‘just okay’ to ‘holy cow, that’s awesome!’