The cup was made popular in the middle of the Edo Period, and back then, it held more sake than the sakazuki, making it a way to enjoy sake that was not as formal as the traditional sakazuki drinking ceremony. Usually made out of porcelain and earthenware, these cups are of smaller structure nowadays, and used mostly to enjoy chilled sake in the hot summer. Around Japan, guiomi producers offer a wide range of beautiful cups.
Nagomi Sake Cup Buds Shape
Silver Sake Cup Buds Shape
Gold Sake Cup Buds Shape
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