Sake Cup | Kikichoko Janome
A staple for any sake fan, these kikichoko cups are the ideal way to enjoy your favourite nihonshu. Handmade from Japanese porcelain and featuring the traditional janome, or snake eye, pattern on the bottom of the glass to help assess the quality of the sake you're drinking. The concentric blue circles help to judge the clarity of the sake, while the white circles allow you to see the colour of the sake.
Get your friends around for a few bottles of cold or warm sake and enjoy a drink that has been around since at least the third century!
Ø6 x 5.5cm
Made in Japan
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