TOKYO Teshigoto

From the side, it looks like a simple Japanese saké glass with dotted carvings. Masaaki Yamada, established for his delicate expression of Kiriko known as Hana-kiriko, has succeeded in creating a product with subtle scenery by intentional bold cutting only. When looking into the saké glass from above, we can appreciate why it is called “Mizutama-mangekyo” or “Dotted Kaleidescope.” The reflections and scenery created by the chrysanthemum crest at the bottom are just like a kaleidoscope; a field of chrysanthemums in full bloom. It fits comfortably in the palm of the hand, and emphasises a feeling of coolness and refreshment when cold saké or iced green tea is poured into it. Not only for beverages, it is also ideal as a bowl for cold desserts. Available in purple, indigo blue, moss green and bronze red, the colours are matched to be enjoyed for each season.

Size: φ60mm × H62mm
Materials: Soda glass

*The information on this site is as of December 2017.

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