There’s no doubt that Japanese sake tastes better when served in a handcrafted sake glass from Japan. BECOS features a collection of sake glasses that are made here in Japan by artisans from around the country. We have guinomi sake glasses, ochoko sake glasses, and larger sake glasses as well made from a variety of materials.
Find the perfect sake glass for you and enjoy your sake even more.
BECOS services and precautions for handling Japanese Sake Cups and Glasses
BECOS offers a wide variety of beautiful Japanese wrapping options to elegantly express your gratitude, congratulations, or other sentiment to the recipient.In addition to washi paper wrapping, we also offer furoshiki wrapping which is a uniquely Japanese wrapping method that utilizes a traditional wrapping cloth. While paper wrapping is often thrown away, furoshiki are useful items that can be reused as an eco-bag, scarf, or to wrap important belongings, making it a very popular wrapping method.In addition to wrapping, we also offer the option to send a typed or handwritten note with your gift to add an even more personal touch. If you are sending a gift to someone who lives far away, please don’t hesitate to use our message service
At BECOS, our concierges are well versed in etiquette and gift selection. There are many factors to consider when choosing a gift, including not only what to give, but also the budget, when to give it, and etiquette (especially if giving a gift to a Japanese acquaintance). Even if you just need a quick suggestion for the best item to give someone, our concierge service is ready to help.
Japanese sake glasses are typically quite small, often only slightly larger than a shot glass. Because sake is usually consumed in small sips, this small size helps to keep the sake at the right temperature, as sake served in a larger glass would warm up from sitting in the glass for too long.
Please see the care instructions for individual sake glasses.