Aderia Handblown Shiraai Sake Set Blue, Green

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SKU : S0120


Aderia Handblown Shiraai Sake Set Blue, Green
アデリア 手吹き白合酒セット 青、緑

"Nihonton no Tsuroi"

The Aderia Handblown Shiraai Sake Set is a beautiful and unique set of sake ware that is perfect for serving and enjoying sake. The set includes a sake carafe and two sake cups, all of which are handblown and feature a stunning blue and green design.

It features a unique shape and a smooth, curved design that makes it easy to pour and adds an element of visual interest to your sake-drinking experience.  They feature the same blue and green design as the carafe and are the perfect size for savouring the aroma and flavour of the sake. 

Made of high-quality glass material, which is durable and easy to clean. The handblown design gives each piece a unique and one-of-a-kind appearance, which adds to the overall beauty and charm of the set. The blue and green design is inspired by the natural beauty of Japan, and it adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your sake-drinking experience.

  • Size: Katakuchi, Maximum 106 x Height 100mm x Full water capacity 280ml
  • Sake Cup, Maximum 74 x Diameter 74 x Height 47mm x Full water capacity 85ml
  • Set of 2 Sake Cups + Carafe
  • Made in Japan
  • Box Specifications: Comes in a cosmetic box
  • Remarks: Handmade

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Further Reading


Sake is a fermented rice drink and widely accepted as Japan’s traditional alcoholic drink.