Edo Kiriko "Cut Glass from City of Edo" is the most famous glass craftwork in Japan. It was originally produced in the city of Edo which was Japan's capital during the Edo period (1603-1868).
These classic sake cups and carafe set represent a sleek appearance that is rooted in artisanal craftmanship. Immaculately cut glass patterns are embedded at the bottom of the carafe, creating a beautiful light reflection as you pour the sake into the glasses.
They make a stunning set for your everyday sake hour or for celebratory occasions.
- Handcrafted in Tokyo, Japan
- Body is designed to be thicker for stability
- Cups are designed to be thinner for a comfortable sip
- Handwash recommended
- Not microwave safe
*Included in this set: Sake Carafe (1 piece), Sake Cups (2 pieces)
Sake Carafe: 6.7 oz. / 200ml
Sake Cup: 1.7 oz. / 50 ml
Sake Carafe: H7.4 in / H187 mm
Sake Cup: 3.1φ × H2.0 in / 78φ × H50 mm
Care: Handwash only. Do no use microwave or dishwasher.
Origin: Tokyo, Japan
About HIROTA GLASS
With over one hundred years of glass making history, Hirota Glass has developed fine Japanese glassware that flawlessly combines European glassmaking techniques and Japanese craftsmanship. Every Hirota piece is crafted with only the finest materials by the hands of the glass masters in Tokyo, Japan. The Hirota craftsmen strive to craft high-quality glasswares that cater to modern lifestyle without losing the sensibilities and delicacy of traditional Japanese design. Today, Hirota Glass continues to expand its artistic limits through a myriad of fine glasswares inspired by nostalgia of the past and beauty of fleeting moments.