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When you order sake at an old town in Japan, this glass may be filled to the brim. It is made in an old-style approach in Fukushima prefecture. Two artisans take separate roles for its process and they are very finely timed, one pours melting glass into a mold and the other forms a shape with another mold
Sake Glass hand blown. It has a good weight for a sake glass. The saucer is deep and you are meant to fill the glass to the very brim until it is nearly spilling over into the saucer. This is a very Izakaya style of drinking sake.
The saucer the for glass is recommended and can be purchased HERE
Size: φ6.5×H10 cm
Made in Tokyo, Japan
Note: There may be bubbles in the glass or glass creases on the bottom from the hand-made process.