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Asahi Shi-moa Maki-e Akafuji-ni-Tsuru Double-Wall Cooler Glass 270ml

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Product Information

  • Brand: Shi-moa
  • Model: SCW-L963
  • Material: Body: 18-8 Stainless steel (Outside: Natural Urushi lacquered, Gold leaf, Food Sanitation Act approved special primer), Coaster: Handmade paper (Echizen Washi), Gift box: Kiri wood (paulownia wood)
  • Product type: Stainless Steel Drinkware
  • Country of origin: Japan (Niigata / Ishikawa / Fukui)
  • Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 70 mm, Height: 125 mm
  • Capacity (approx): 270 ml
  • Item weight (approx): 220 g
  • Shipping weight (approx): 570 g

Key Features

  • Comes packaged in a Kiri wood gift box.
  • An elegant collaboration of traditional craftsmanship in the three regions.
  • Carefully hand-polished stainless steel drinkware crafted in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture.
  • Individually makie lacquered by skilled craftsmen in Ishikawa Prefecture.
  • Comes with 10-piece traditional Echizen washi paper coasters handmade in Echizen, Fukui Prefecture.
  • The two walls create an insulating layer that keeps efreshments well chilled preventing heat transfer from your hand.
  • The double-wall construction also helps keep the external surface cool with hot drinks.

Use & Care

  • Hand wash with a soft sponge and wipe dry with a clean cloth.
  • Avoid scratching the outside surface.
  • Store in a dry place away from excessive heat and direct sunlight.
  • Do not soak.
  • Do not use in a microwave oven.

Background

Asahi Co Ltd was founded in 1953 in Tsubame, Niigata, Japan, the center of cutlery and steel manufacturing.

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