Sake Set

Discover our premium sake set handmade by our best selected artists in Japan

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Kutani Ware

Kutani ware date back to the early Edo period, that being around 1655. The first Lord of Daishoji, Toshiharu Maeda (part of the Kaga-han) focused his efforts on developing pottery, although there have been found gold mines in the Kutani area (modern day: Kutani, Yamanaka Town, Ishikawa Prefecture).

Imari (Arita) Porcelain

Arita Porcelain is the name for Japanese porcelain wares made in the town of Arita (Southern part of Japan). Arita's kilns were set up in the 17th century, when porcelain stones was discovered in the Arita region by Sanpei Lee who is the immigrant Korean potter.

Hagi Ware

The charm of Hagi Ware lies in the rough texture of the clay and the pockmarked surfaces laced with cracks in the glaze. Hagi Ware is liquid-permeable.

Color Changing Sake Glass

This color changing sake cups look simple enough at first glance. But pouring cold sake into the cup reveals a special surprise!

  • Color

    If you pour a liquid of 53°F (12°C) or less into this glass, the color will come out.

  • Japan Quality

    Each glass is carefully finished by a skilled craftsman of Marumo Takagi Pottery in Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture.

  • Japanese Tea Set

    A large selection of best Japanese tea sets at amazing price! A tea ball is a great way to brew green tea, and tea made with it will always taste good.

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  • Sake Cup

    Most people are used to drinking or understand that sake is drunk from a porcelain cup. But then again, not many people know that sake can be enjoyed over a ranging variety of vessels. Whether the way to go is through tradition or modernity, sake can be enjoyed from.

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  • Matcha Bowl

    There is nothing quite like holding a chawan (Matcha bowl) and bringing it towards your mouth to sip some Matcha tea.

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