Ichimatsu Futa Choko

Glassware made by combining European glassmaking techniques with Japanese artistry.

£196.00 per item

A choko is a small cup often used for drinking sake but this glass, with its lid, has a range of potential uses. The Ichimatsu cutting pattern, which creates beautiful light refractions, is the most famous of the patterns which make up the range of cut glass called ‘Edo Kiriko’.

The glass comes in a box made from paulownia wood.

Not dishwasher or microwave safe.

H7.2 x D6.6 cm

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Sake 'Nihonshu'

Sake, or nihonshu in Japan, is a fermented beverage made from rice and water, that is served either hot or cold.

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Sake 'Nihonshu'