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“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri, side view
“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri, on a table
“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri, on a hand
“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri, upward angled close view
“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri, bottom view
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“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri

Nagasaki prefecture

$49.00
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From Kyushu, specially for you

This ceramic carafe comes with a flowing ornamental design decorating its surface. “Karakusa” refers to the vegetal pattern representing prosperity and long life, and is used in many cultures around the world. Gently warm your sake in this carafe by placing it in a warm water bath. The narrow neck ensures that the sake stays warmer longer. Each carafe is crafted in Kyushu, an island renowned for its ceramic art.

Specifications

Capacity 11.0 fl oz
Width 2.6 in
Height 6.2 in
Weight 7.5 oz
Material Porcelain
Microwave safe No
Dishwasher safe No

Region

“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri - Nagasaki prefecture

“Shohogama” Somekarakusa Tokkuri is made in Nagasaki prefecture in the Kyushu region.

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