Although it is metal, it adapts to the hand
Pewterware has a long history, and tin jars have been discovered in the ancient city of Egypt, which was built 1,500 BC.
The technology we inherited was designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry as a traditional craft "Osaka Nanka Pewterware" in 1983.
Pewter is a metal that resists rusting and discoloration.
In addition to being excellent in practical use, the pewter molecules are rough and adsorb water and liquor impurities, and have the effect of mellowing the taste.
Also, it transfers heat at 1.8 times faster than pottery and transmits it to the whole at 50 times faster.
Especially when you drink, you will be amazed by the difference in taste.
The gentle taste using tin and the warm touch enhance the taste of liquor and water.