Japanese RYUKYU Drink Glass
The traditional item from Okinawa where is a beautiful little tropical island in the very south of Japan.
What has been the fine art for Okinawans? The answer is Ryukyu glass and we offer you the Bingata design glass collaborated with RYUKYU glass.
Great item as a gift to your family or your close friend, We do gift wrapping upon your request. Please enjoy and feel the nature of Okinawa.
Size：Φ7㎝×H7㎝/ Φ2.8×H2.8 inches Petite size
Material: glass (RYUKYU-GLASS)
Made in Okinawa Prefecture Japan
Patterns: Coure (Blue) or Sourire (Pink)
Shipment cost: e.g. To the USA costs 29USD/per item. Cost may vary over 2 items.
Please note that hand-wash is highly recommended and is not dishwasher and microwave safe.
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.
What is Ryukyu Glass
It was started from recycled glass which was wasted by stationed U.S. troops under the lack of resources after WWII. Okinawa glass, or Ryukyu glass is characterized by its chubby thickness. Bottled bubbles like soda has refreshing atmosphere. Colorful glassware seems to reflect the nature of Okinawa.
The glassware is being improved through intensive research and development, expansion of its variety of uses and the introduction of new materials to create unique designs and colors.
Although it is relatively thick and unevenly formed, Ryukyu glassware is eminently practical, while mainland glass is evenly shaped but not practical for daily use. The vivid colors and unique designs are popular with tourists.
About Binryu Story
The roots of their design is traditional craft “BINGATA”. They carefully adhere to the classic pattern with the heart of stick to being handmade.
It’s simple. so they think it’s possible to keep the tradition. They are happy to give you a kind of that gives you a smile. Color your life with designs based on flowers of Okinawa. And, the sea breeze of Okinawa arrives.
“Bingata” is a dyeing technique which is unique to Okinawa, Japan. This traditional art uses bright colors from natural dyes. The patterns represents Okinawa’s culture and are applied to the cloth through a pattern stencil or freehand.
This fabric has been used for formal clothes traditionally since the Ryukyu Kingdom era.(about 500 years ago)
Shipping & Inquiries
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, please contact your local customs office. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us before purchasing. We will do our best to respond promptly.
Thank you for your understanding.