EDO KIRIKO a pair TUMBLER
This tumbler symbolize Tokyo and it is designated by the Japanese government as a national traditional craftwork. A perfect gift for your close friend or family and we offer 4 kinds of tumblers!. These gorgeous tumblers are unique to Japanese glass art. Its brilliant cuts will please your eyes greatly.
Selection of 4 patterns
A. KASANEYARAI・KIKUZOKO: Red and Blue
Layered pattern : Kasane Yarai / Kikuzoko
B. NANAKO : Red and blue
Layered pattern : decorating a metal surface with small
dots resembling fish eggs
C. HAKKAKU KAGOME : Red and Blue
Layered pattern : Standard pattern of Edo Kiriko
D. HOSHI KIRIKO : Red and Blue
Layered pattern : A star
Size：φ60mm×110mm×2/ W85×D137×H78mm（Wooden Box)
Capacity : 220ml
Layered pattern : Kasane Yarai.
Producer: Tajima Glass
Made in: Tokyo, Japan
Important note: Please note that customs charge or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.
The distinguishing aspect of Edo-kiriko is the smoothness of the cuts. Take a closer look, and you can see that the edges are all rounded. Crafted by skilled craftsmen, each glass is carefully made and has a deep taste and warmth that cannot be found anywhere else. Along with a wooden box.
About EDO KIRIKO:
It is said to have originated in 1834 in EDO, when glass cutters started using emery sand to cut patterns on a transparent glass surface. In the Meiji period, cutters learned from Englishman Emanuel Hauptmann and Edo Kiriko techniques evolved, soon establishing Edo Kiriko's traditional methodology. There are more than a dozen Edo Kiriko patterns, they all share simple but sophisticated aesthetics.
About Tajima Glass:
Estabilshed in 1956, Tajima Glass has been manufactured "Edo Glass" and for nearly a half century we have kept the art of making Edo Glass alive, and have striven to popularize the use of Edo Glass.
"Edo Glass" has been passed down since the Edo era and Tajima Glass will continue to pass on those techniques to future generations and further broaden the appeal of Edo Glass. Tajima Glass will strive to be as one of the symbol of the beauty of Japan for next 50 years and 100 years.
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Please note that due to COVID-19 Japan Post has announced that they have had impacts on their delivery services and shipping overseas. Under the circumstances, there are some countries that have possibilities of delays or some areas where EMS or DHL are currently not available.
Please note that Customs charges or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.
We have no control over these charges and we are unable to tell you what the cost would be as customs policies and import duties vary widely from country to country. For more information on current charges you would need to contact your local customs office.
Thank you for your understanding.
Koh & Yoshi /Director