HIROTA WHITE FUBUKI 3-PIECE EDO GLASS SAKE SET
$68.00

Hirota White Fubuki 3-Piece Edo Glass Sake Set

USD $68

Only 2 pieces in stock!

As the name "Fubuki(snowstorm)" suggests, this sake set by Hirota Glass includes one sake carafe and two sake cups that look like blowing snow made of glass.

The soft silhouette of the hand-formed glass and the white hue, reminiscent of the snowy landscape outside the window, bring a sophisticated atmosphere to the dining table. The frosted glass design enhances the crisp and refreshing feeling of drinking cold sake.

From daily use to special celebratory drinks. This sake set is suitable for any situation.

It can also be used as a single-flower vase. Simply displaying a small sized seasonal flower on the table will add a touch of color to your dining space.

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 Sake carafe and 2 Sake glasses
  • Dimension: 【Sake carafe】D7.5cm(3in) x H11.5cm(4.5in)/【Sake glass】5.5cm(2.2in)x H4.8cm(1.9in)
  • Capacity: Carafe 160ml(5.4oz), Cup 50ml(1.7oz)
  • Material: Glass
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: Hirota Glass

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