This ohashi setto (set of chopsticks) is for a child. The box has a sliding top; the chopsticks can be stored inside for transport to and from school. The chopsticks are made of wood, painted blue, and decorated with a boy and ghost and the logo "Obake no Q-Taro." The case is made of white plastic, with a clear plastic top. The top is decorated with a train going down the tracks, and with trees. The case and chopsticks were not intended to go together and were probably purchased separately.
Obake no Q-taro is a manga by Fujiko Fujio; it tells the story of an obake (ghost) named Qtaro and his mischievous antics. The manga was drawn in 1964-1966 and in 1971-1974.
Chopsticks are short, frequently tapered sticks used in pairs of equal length, which are used as the traditional eating utensils of China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.