HIROTA KAISEKI HEMP LEAF EDO KIRIKO GUINOMI SAKE CUP PINK
$197.00

Hirota Kaiseki Hemp Leaf Edo Kiriko Guinomi Sake Cup Pink

USD $197

This red Edo Kiriko sake cup is recommended for celebrations and everyday use. It is decorated with a hemp leaf pattern.

This pink color is called "Kinaka (gold red)" and is made by mixing red raw materials with gold powder. The lighter the pastel color, the more difficult it is to achieve a consistent color.

Edo Kiriko, which means "cut glass made in Edo", is a traditional Japanese glass product made by engraving on the surface of Edo glass. The contrast between transparent and colored glass is truly outstanding, creating a beauty that cannot be found in monochromatic glass.

As the name "Kaiseki" suggests, it can also be used as a small bowl for Japanese dishes such as Japanese soups called "Surinagashi", or dishes made with jellies.

It comes in a paulownia wood box which makes it a great gift.

Hirota Glass is one of the oldest glass makers in Tokyo, founded in 1899. Based on the data of designs handed down to the company since its foundation, Hirota Glass has continued to produce a series of products that harmonize with contemporary home décor, while inheriting the traditional techniques of Japanese glassblowing and Edo Kiriko.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 5.2cm(2in)×H5.8cm(2.3in)
  • Capacity: 100ml(3.7oz)
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: Hirota Glass

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