A pair of sake cups with gentle roundness and deep cuts

The gently curved, rounded shape of this faceted sake cup fits well in the hand. With a capacity of approximately 100 ml, it is a more generous size than a cup of sake. It is also great for use as tableware, such as serving a snack or other dish. The red and blue pair makes it a good gift for couples who are about to start a new life together, such as a wedding or housewarming gift, or for a superior person who has taken care of you.

Gustatory cups born from the Edo faceting technique

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Gustatory cups born from the Edo faceting technique

Edo faceting is a glass craft produced in Tokyo from the end of the Edo period to the present. The cutting produced by craftsmen's hands enhances the beauty of the glass.

I want people to choose a glass to match what they drink or eat. The sake cups were created with this in mind, and are a charming gem that will add a stylish and colorful touch to your dining table.

Among fine tableware, glassware is an easy-to-use item that can be easily incorporated into daily life. Why not welcome a traditional handcrafted sake cup as your favorite tableware?

Gulping sake cups with a typical Kiriko

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A typical faceted "yarai" design

The faceted design is created by cutting the glass. This sake cup was made in the image of yarai, one of the representative faceted glass patterns.

Yarai is an enclosure made of crossed bamboos, which can be seen in machiya (townhouses). It is a traditional design that is said to have the meaning of protection from the outside world and to ward off evil spirits and misfortune.

Even with the same straight lines, the expression of the lines varies depending on the depth of the cut, which is a profound point. The design of countless straight lines intersecting each other gives a stylish impression. In addition, the round cut near the bottom of the piece creates gentle shadows. This sake cup is recommended for those who want to enjoy the simple beauty of faceted glass.

A special Edo faceted sake cup to use on special occasions.

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A special sake cup to be used on special occasions

The sake cups are paired in red and blue. Both have a beautiful shine of their own. The deep colors are full of a sense of luxury, and we recommend using them when entertaining guests. The prestigious quality of the tableware can also be used for special occasions such as New Year's Day.

You will want to use it for a leisurely evening of drinking with food and precious time spent with your loved ones.

At first glance, faceted products may seem difficult to coordinate with a table, but the transparency and brilliance of glass can be a powerful ally that adds a touch of glamour to any occasion.

Faceted glass gulping cups with a rounded, rounded shape that gives a refreshing impression.

Gulping Details

The roundness of the roller gives a whispery impression

This sake cup measures approximately 6 cm in diameter and 5 cm in height, and its gently curved, rounded shape fits well in the hand, giving it a gentle impression even though it is made of glass.

With a capacity of approximately 100 ml, it is a size that allows you to enjoy plenty of sake. It is attractive not only for drinking sake, but also for use as tableware, for example, for serving a snack or other dish. It can be used in a variety of ways depending on your ingenuity.

Faceted sake cups for celebrations, memorials, and gifts for superiors.

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As a celebration or keepsake! A great gift for a superior person!

Edo faceted sake cups arrive in a special box. As a pair of red and blue products, they are suitable as a gift for a couple who are about to start a new life together, such as a wedding or housewarming gift, or as a gift for a superior person who has taken care of you. Those who like to drink and those who are particular about tableware will be especially pleased with this product.

BECOS offers many original wrapping designs using Japanese paper, furoshiki, and other uniquely Japanese materials. If you are unable to hand-deliver the gift in person, we also offer the service of typing the text you wish to convey on a message card. We hope you will make this a thoughtful gift, picturing the smile on the recipient's face when he or she holds it in their hands.

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