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Chilled Sake Glass, Blue Dot with Clematis Arabesque

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Kutani Japanese glass
This glass is made possible by the collaboration of Ishikawa's proud traditional craft, Kutani Porcelain and Tokyo's long-thriving local industry, Edo Glass. Undoubtedly, what explain its popularity are the warm, handmade/handpainted quality and gentle curves of Japanese tablewares. This is due to the commitment to have the Kutani Porcelain leg and base handpainted and use only handblown glass for the top part. Also, an additional assuring fact is that the tecqunique used to joint the Kutani Porcelain leg and glass top is highly praised for its strength and received 2006 Good Design Award (in the new frontier division).

While glass can be used as an aperitif or liqueur glass, it is equally be stylish to choreograph your special sake-drinking occasion with this glass.
It would make an ideal gift for sake-lovers, for wedding celebrations, or as your favorite sake cup.

* Pair boxes are also available. Please specify your preference when you place your order.

The beauty of Kutani's Overglaze Painting

Nurtured in the land of Kaga, Kutani Porcelain boasts its history and tradition lasting about 360 years. As characterized by "Kutani Five Colors," the tradition over the course of time produced beautiful colors and overglaze decorative techniques. Not only the beauty, but the distinctive style and taste are also part of its charm.

What is Aochibu (Blue-Dot technique)?

"Aochibu," or the blue-dot technique, one of the Kutani's most popular styles due to its elegance and dignified look, is a decorative technique that originated in Taisho Period. Involving raised placement of blue paint, Aochibu is a very elaborate technique requiring the dots kept in equal size and intervals. Shirochibu, or white dot, is also popular.

※ The leg and base are handpainted so the color and texture may differ slightly from the the righthand picture.


The Charm of Edo Glass
Edo Glass is a handicraft long rooted as the local industry in the Sumida-Ward, Tokyo, the area still retaining the old working class section's atmosphere.With air bubbles trapped here and there in the glass, Edo glass features a flavor and charm not found in industrial glass.

The plump and supple texture of the material is lovable, isn't it? The flared rim of the glass allows easy grip and fits the rip nicely.



52 mm (diameter) x 112 mm (height)
* This product is handmade so the height may vary slightly.

Stem: porcelain, bowl: glass


- Avoid heating on open fire, microwave, oven, or dish dryer.

For cleaning, wash gently with kitchen detergent on soft sponge or cloth.  
The foot (or the bottom rim) of Kutani porcelain products in general is not glazed. Accordingly, when using on relatively soft and easily scratched surface, be sure to place a mat underneath the product.     ·

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