Kisen HIMURO Takaoka Copperware Thermal Sake Cooler
Thermal Sake Cooler HIMURO was conceived from the voices of sake lovers, wishing to keep the bottle perfectly chilled without getting wet. Exterior is a beautiful wooden tub shaped by the handiwork of craftsmen. Interior is made of cast aluminum with good thermal conductivity.
By placing ice in the double bottom, bottles are gently cooled without direct contact with ice or water. Wrapped snugly in a wooden tub with excellent heat retaining properties, it keeps the inside chilled for a long time. A Japanese bottle cooler that reflects the skills of wooden tub and casting craftsmen.
How to use HIMURO
1. Fill the bottom of HIMURO with ice to chill the interior.
2. Place the metal ring on the step bottom.
3. Insert the well-chilled bottle to HIMURO and enjoy at the dining table.
The size is suitable for 720ml(24.3oz) sake bottles, wine bottles, and champagne bottles.
It is designed to keep pre-chilled bottles at an appropriate temperature for longer periods of time. It is not suitable for chilling a room temperature bottle.
Kisen is a brand produced by Yotsukawa Seisakusho, a manufacturer of Takaoka copperware, a craft that has continued for 400 years in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture, Japan. The company has created a number of ingeniously designed, beautiful, and highly practical products using a unique technique that combines the excellence of Takaoka copperware production with Yamanaka lacquerware craftsmanship. In addition to their ease of use, the beauty of their appearance is like that of modern sculpture.
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D13.5cm(5.3in) x H15cm(5.9in)
- Weight: 970g(34.2oz)
- Material: Cypress Wood, Aluminium, Stainless steel
- Origin: Made in Japan - Takaoka Copperware
- Brand: Kisen by Yotsukawa Seisakusho
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Kisen is a brand of Yotsukawa Seisakusho, a manufacturer of Takaoka copperware, a craft with a history of 400 years in Toyama Prefecture in Japan.
Yotsukawa Seisakusho has created a number of ingeniously designed, beautiful, and highly practical products using a unique technique that combines the excellence of Takaoka copperware production with Yamanaka lacquerware craftsmanship.
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