Urushi Lacquered Brown Ceramic Minoware Sake Cup

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SKU : T0221


Urushi Lacquered Brown Ceramic Minoware Sake Cup

Premium sake cup, deep brown colour, perfect for gifts and dinner parties. 

A unique and beautiful traditional Japanese sake cup made from high-quality ceramic and coated with urushi lacquer.

Minoware is a type of Japanese pottery that has been produced for over 1300 years, and it is known for its high level of craftsmanship and unique designs.

The brown colour of the ceramic cup complements the natural colour of the urushi lacquer, creating a harmonious and sophisticated look! 

Sake vessels come in several materials, with the most popular being ceramics (including earthenware and porcelain), metal (usually tin), wood, and glass. Each has its own unique qualities that it brings to bear on your sake-drinking experience.

Not only a functional drinking vessel but also a work of art that reflects Japan's rich cultural heritage. It is a perfect accessory for anyone who enjoys sake and appreciates the beauty and craftsmanship of traditional Japanese ceramics.

Matching sake flask available here.

  • Dimensions: Height 5.5cm, Width 6.5cm
  • Origin: Japan
  • Material: Ceramic

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