Japanese Edo Kiriko Glass Set Traditional


Japanese Edo Kiriko Glass Set Traditional


The exquisite Edo Kiriko Glass pieces are made by artisans using the Edo Kiriko (cut glass) method in which colors and patterns are cut into the glass. Edo Kiriko Glass is designated by the Japanese government as a traditional national craftwork.

These rare works symbolize Tokyo, featuring a Kasaneyarai, Nanako, Hakkaku Kagome, and Hoshi Kirko pattern.

Product Details:

Each Edo Kiriko Glass is a petite size but the design seen from the outside of the product is good, moreover people may be impressed when they look into it when drinking.

 -Edo Kiriko Glass: φ76×90mm (φ3.0"x3.5")
 -Wooden Box: W90×D113×H87mm (3.5"x4.4"x3.4")
Material: Lead-free glass
Capacity : 280ml
Made in: Tokyo, Japan
Producer: Tajima Glass 
Japanese Article Number (JAN):  4582256803575/4582256803513/4582256803544/4582256803605

Design: Selection of 4 patterns

 A. KASANEYARAI・KIKUZOKO: Kasane Yarai / Kikuzoko
 B. NANAKO: decorating a metal surface with small dots resembling fish eggs
 C. HAKKAKU KAGOME: Standard pattern of Edo Kiriko

Shipping Cost:

We use DHL Express for all shipments and it generally costs USD29.00/per set to the USA, Australia, and most other countries. 

Customs Charges & Taxes:

Please note that our product prices do not include customs charges or taxes. You are responsible for paying any such amounts for your location.    

About Edo Glass:

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.

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 glass patterns, they all share simple but sophisticated aesthetics.

About Tajima Glass:

Since its establishment in 1956, Tokyo-headquartered Tajima Glass has worked to keep the art of Edo Glass alive. They use authentic traditional methods and are active in popularizing this type of glasswork and ensuring its preservation for future generations.

How to order the Edo Kiriko Glass?

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All the procedures of your order

Once we receive your order, first of all, the thank you message from Omotenashi Square will be sent out upon your order to notify you that your order has been accepted but not confirmed. We will contact you again to confirm the availability of the items in your order within three business days. If we cannot supply the items in your order or meet your requested delivery date, a full refund will be issued.

How many days it would take to receive the order?

We use DHL express, the world’s leading logistics company, for delivery to most countries and usually, it takes 3 to 5 business days after it has shipped to the US or Australia from Osaka Japan. In some remote regions would take more time. You can track your shipment in real time because we will send you your tracking number for DHL express when it has shipped.

Shipping Cost & Inquiries

Dear Customer,

Before placing your order, please kindly note the following.

1. Shipping Delays

Due to COVID-19, shipping may be delayed significantly depending on the courier used, the timing of the purchase, and restrictions in both Japan and the destination country. Shipping may not be available for some destinations.

2. Customs Fees & Taxes

Our product prices do not include customs fees or taxes. We have no control over these charges and cannot tell you the cost as they differ for each country. For more information, contact your local customs office. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us before purchasing. We will do our best to respond promptly.

3. Shipping Cost

Currently, we use DHL Express for all shipments all over the world.

It generally costs USD35.00/per item for weight below 2kg and USD54.00/per item over 2 kg to 3.5 kg shipping to the USA, Australia, and most other countries. Shipping costs may vary in the quantity of the item. And please note the total weight or the dimensional weight of the item.  Even though an item weight 2kg generally costs USD35.00, the shipping cost is more expensive due to the dimensional weight. 

We can estimate the shipping cost before you fill out all the necessary information on the check-out page. Please let us know the item, quantity, and delivery address so we can check the shipping cost. You can be sure how much you would pay for it before you check out.

Thank you for understanding, 

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