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T NISHIKAW SAI MANGEKYOMON SAKE CONTAINER 400ML

Kayori collection, finding delight in brilliance.

In the process of inheriting a technique, a little revision and recombination can expose delightful new methods. This creative path has always played a role in the long history of Kyoto. Here, in every period of history, a certain brilliance and joyful creativity have accompanied both work and life.
USD 375.02
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T NISHIKAW SAI MANGEKYOMON SAKE CONTAINER 400ML

SKU
202319
Product Weight
0.1 kg

This sake server for cold sake combines a choshi server made using the traditional “bent cedar” craft work of Akita prefecture with a Kyoto ware lid and sake cups. This “bent cedar,” or magewappa vessel, has excellent cold insulating properties and does not cause condensation.

The refreshing slight fragrance of cedar will transfer to the sake, providing an entirely new way to enjoy your favourite cold sake.Please enjoy the brilliance of Kyoto, the beautiful, flowing wooden grain of Akita cedar, and the splendid painting of Kyoto ware / Kiyomizu ware.This  small size server is suitable for a single person (400 ml) and has been newly added in this series.

  • Hand painted lid
  • Dimension: W98mm x Dia 85mm x H127mm
  • Content: 400ml
  • Weight: 100g
  • Handmade in Japan, Kyoto

Matching sake cup available separately. 

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