Last week I went to Tokyo on a business trip.
It has been a long time since my last business trip.
I would like to thank all the stores I visited.
On the way, I passed through Asakusa, and it was amazing to see it come back to life.
It was hard to walk along Nakamise-dori as before, but I felt cheered up.
Now, new this week.
Are there more inbound customers? So, we recommend Miyama Kooci – lattice – glazes Gui-nomi.
This week’s featured item: Miyama Kooci – lattice – glazes Gui – nomi
Gui – nomi and 5 shaku wooden Masu box set.
It comes in a clear box that allows you to see what’s inside, making it look a bit more stylish when displayed in a store.
The Japanese taste of the sake cups and wooden Masu box and the transparency of the clear box are a great combination.
The painting technique is underglaze painting using copperplate transfer. The technique of Risen-yaki, a kiln in Mizunami City, Gifu Prefecture, which no longer exists, has been handed down to the present day.
Copperplate transfer painting is uniquely comfortable to the touch. Sake cups that can be enjoyed by sight and touch.
It would be nice to put it in a corner of the liquor section.
There are more.
This week we received 50 new items in addition to sake cups!
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