Ear pick utensils for cleaning. Earwax sake, but also used just when KAYUI (itchy). Generally slender rod, spatula-shaped tip. In Japan in general, traditional bamboo is a material used by Ear pick by many that is 12 to 13 cm at the most. Called spoon bending or cutting, the tip section is made by the round shape of the letter of Hera, an approximate 45 degree bend in the extent and thickness of about 1 mm. The spatula is also part of the 4 mm width and extent. The spoon on the opposite end (back-end), "Bonten," is sometimes made of bird's feathers and are sometimes made into the shapes of small dolls or different ornaments.