Traditional Edo Kiriko star anise pattern SAKE bottle SAKE cup set

$520.00

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Traditional Edo Kiriko star anise pattern SAKE bottle SAKE cup set

(Sake bottle) x 1 Maximum diameter 70 mm Height 136 mm Capacity 240 ml
(Sake cup) x 2 caliber 55 mm height 45 mm capacity 50 ml
Inner box size 162 * 172 * 100mm

The nationally designated traditional craft “Edo Kiriko” is a traditional craft of downtown Tokyo that has been around since the Edo period.
The glass melted at 1350 degrees is finished into a double structure of transparent and colored glass by skillful technique, and the craftsmen of Edo Kiriko who have skillful technique carefully cut (shave) the glass one by one.

* Since all of these products are handmade, there may be slight differences in color and size, as well as small bubbles and scratches.
This is the proof of the unique handmade glass in the world.
There is no problem in using it, so please enjoy the taste of handmade glasses.

Depending on the stock status, it may take 5 to 7 business days to ship.
* Since all of these products are handmade, there may be slight differences in color and size, as well as small bubbles and scratches.

This is the proof of the unique handmade glass in the world.
There is no problem in using it, so please enjoy the taste of handmade glasses.
Depending on the stock status, it may take 5 to 7 business days to ship.

        

    

What is Edo Kiriko?
Edo Kiriko began in 1834, the latter half of the Edo period.
It was in the 14th year of the Meiji era that the technique that remains today was established.
Since then, it has achieved a high degree of development in the city of Edo, and traditional patterns such as Nanako, Rokkakukagome, and Kikutsunagi were born.
“Edo Kiriko” is the name of a traditional craft designated by the government, and there are four clear definitions.
① Must be glass.
② Must be made by hand.
③ Use a rotating tool for production.
④ It must be produced in the designated area.
Only those that meet these criteria are called genuine “Edo Kiriko”.
Nowadays, some writers switch materials such as soda glass and crystal glass in order to bring out their individuality and world view.
It is also attractive that it continues to evolve while following history and tradition.

Additional information

Weight 2500 g