These wooden boxes, called “masu,” have been around for 1300 years, and have a long history in Japan as a measurement of rice and also as serving vessels for sake. You can sip your sake directly from the box, or place a glass in it for a style of service where they overflow the glass to show generosity. “Hinoki” (Japanese cypress) is soft to the touch, and becomes aromatic when sake is poured in it.
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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.
Tactile qualities will gently guide your sake, each of them with unique shapes, body, weight and materials. Be sure to choose with all your senses.
Just like sake with centuries old tradition, each piece has its journey. Learn and discover some modern creations along with traditional artisan creations.
“Omotenashi,” meaning Japanese hospitality is about choosing intentionally for every occasion. Treat yourself to something that will enhance your experience.
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