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“Aderia” Ginjo Guinomi Glass

Aichi prefecture

$12.00 
$12.00
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Makes sake shimmer

This glass is not the smallest, but just small enough to promote good pouring etiquette, which is important when serving sake! Serving your guests whenever their cup is empty shows your appreciation for their company. This cup is made for chilled to room temperature sake, and its texture makes any sake shimmer beautifully. Great for both casual and elevated table settings.

Specifications

Capacity 2.5 fl oz
Width 2.7 in
Height 2.0 in
Weight 3.3 oz
Material Glass
Microwave safe No
Dishwasher safe Yes

Region

“Aderia” Ginjo Guinomi Glass - Aichi prefecture

“Aderia” Ginjo Guinomi Glass is made in Aichi prefecture in the Chubu region.

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Words from an expert

Sake sets are a fun way to elevate the mood. There are some special craft wares, fun colors, textures, materials and shapes to choose from. But don’t forget, what makes it most special is that you are hand picking these for each special drinking occasion.

Sachiko Miyagi

Portfolio Manager, Tippsy

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Omotenashi

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