What's that kanji on my chopsticks box?

I got gifted a set of fancy chopsticks, and tried to read the label on the lid of the box (image below). I can read 〜の器, but my 漢字-fu is not enough to figure out the first (topmost) character, even with Jisho radical search and all that. Anyone here who can recognize it?

Image of label on lid


I figure 彩, just written stylishly with the strokes connected.


Oh yeah, that makes sense. I may have been thrown off by the upper left part only having two diagonal strokes, so I was thinking more of 来 than of 采, but I suppose that very thin stroke at the top of 木 is that third diagional stroke.


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