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“Nousaku” Tin Katakuchi Gold

Toyama prefecture

$278.00 
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Bringer of a golden age

Nousaku is a craft metal maker from Toyama prefecture. Each piece is handmade with tin and gold leaf decorating the interior, a traditional craft with ties to Takaoka, Toyama. The artistry and gold bring a new level of grace to your sake experience. For decanting only cold or slightly warmed sake as the leafing has high thermal conductivity. Be sure to only wash by hand to protect the leafing’s integrity.

Specifications

Capacity 12.3 fl oz
Width 6.2 in
Height 2.6 in
Weight 13.1 oz
Material Tin and gold
Microwave safe No
Dishwasher safe No

Region

“Nousaku” Tin Katakuchi Gold - Toyama prefecture

“Nousaku” Tin Katakuchi Gold is made in Toyama 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

Tactility

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.

History

Just like sake with centuries old tradition, each piece has its journey. Learn and discover some modern creations along with traditional artisan creations.

Omotenashi

“Omotenashi,” meaning Japanese hospitality is about choosing intentionally for every occasion. Treat yourself to something that will enhance your experience.

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