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“Karai” Taisho Roman (Tokusa), on a table
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“Karai” Taisho Roman (Polka Dot), on a table
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“Karai” Taisho Roman

Tokyo prefecture

$65.00
Tokusa
Polka Dot
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Blooming beauty

The “Karai” Flower Bud series by Shigeichiro Takeuchi of Shigeichiro Studio has won numerous design awards internationally. The bud shape maximizes the concentration of aromas and the lightness of the glass that can only be achieved by artisanal craftsmanship makes it irresistible to sake lovers. “Taisho Roman” is a reference to Taisho period (1912-1926) nostalgia, and the design uses milky white glass handled by highly skilled craftpersons.

Specifications

Capacity 12.4 fl oz
Width 3.3 in
Height 3.4 in
Weight 4.7 oz
Material Glass
Microwave safe No
Dishwasher safe No

Region

“Karai” Taisho Roman - Tokyo prefecture

“Karai” Taisho Roman is made in Tokyo prefecture

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Words from an expert

The “Karai” series really appeals to your senses by its touch (the temperature of the sake can be felt) and exaggerated shape to enhance the aroma. I recommend these to enjoy your favorite aromatic sake from room temperature to slightly chilled sake.

Sachiko Miyagi

Portfolio Manager, Tippsy

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