Seikou Kiln Akae Kutani Guinomi Sake Cup

USD $20

Only 1 piece in stock!

This Japanese Sake cup features the motif of phoenix in bright red colors and gold, originally designed for putting soba dipping sauce. Detailed figures drawn in red is characteristic of this Iidaya and Akae style of Kutani ware.

Not only for drinking sake, but it can be used as soba dipping sauce cup, soup cups, dessert cups for ice cream, yogurt, fruits, and so on. It is also perfect for putting Japanese sweets such as Anmitsu and Tokoroten. Furthermore, put a small portion of food or containments in, place it on a larger plate or into a bento box for more stylish and sophisticated food presentation.

This elaborate cup is perfect pairing with modern and stylish bowls and chopsticks from Yamanaka lacquer ware, which brings out the artistic and traditional taste of the item.


  • Dimension: D7.2cm(2.8in) x H5.2cm(2in)
  • Material: Porcelain - Kutani ware
  • Origin: Made in Japan

You may also like

Recently viewed


In early Taisho era, (about 100 years ago) Seikou Kiln opened its kiln in Nomi city of Ishikawa prefecture.

Seikou Kiln researched Japanese overglaze paint for Kutani for years. Finally, they achieved a high quality product with their printing paper. Transparency of glassy glaze and thick overglaze paint are as same quality as hand paint work.


“Expression which inherits Ko Kutani by using Japanese overglaze paint.”
“Consistent with improving quality of Kutani ware as a craft.”
“Offer unique elegance of Kutani ware in reasonable price which is acceptable for market.”

These 3 are principles of Seikou porcelain. With their as high quality as hand paint, Seikou tells attractiveness of Kutani ware to modern life. They won many awards such as at “Charming Japanese Souvenir Contest” by Japan Tourism Agency or at “Gourmet & Dining Style Show.

View more SEIKOU KILN items

About kutani ware

Kutani ware is a type of pottery produced in the Kaga region of Ishikawa Prefecture and it has a history of over 350 years.
It is characterized by the heavy brilliance of the five colors of green, yellow, red, purple, and navy blue that are applied to the bold and daring lines.
Its long history has evolved through the tireless efforts and enthusiasm of people who have sought innovation while maintaining tradition.
In the early 1700s, the Kutani kilns were closed, but about 80 years later they were opened and Kutani ware was revived.
The beauty of the various styles and methods of painting is known as "Japan Kutani" and is highly regarded around the world.