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Nagae Gingado Tin Mount Fuji Beer Glass

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Product Information

  • Brand:Gingado
  • Material:Tin
  • Product type:Beer Glasses
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):66 x 74 x 98 mm
  • Capacity (approx):180 ml
  • Item weight (approx):250 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):350 g

Key Features

  • When beer is poured into the glass, Mt. Fuji floating in sea a sea of clouds will be reflected in the surface. You can enjoy the best view while drinking.
  • The cup is made of tin with 99.99% purity. Tin is soft, and it is interesting to see the change in shape over time.
  • Tin drinkware has been adored for its resistance to oxidation and corrosion since antient times. It is believed it has high ion effects to make sake or beer taste milder.
  • Tiny dents can be found on the surface, but they are the specific feature of sand mold casting, not defects.

Use & Care

  • Not compatible with microwaves, dishwashers or refrigerators.
  • After use, wash it with a soft sponge and neutral detergent. Do not use metal brushes or steel wools, which may damage the surface.
  • Do not put it over open fire as tin has low melting point. For its high heat conductivity, be careful for burns when pouring hot water in the cup/glass.
  • As tin is soft, it may be transformed by strong impact. Do not hit it with hard materials.

Background

Nagae Co., Ltd is a casting metal manufacturer located in Takaoka, Toyama, which is the town with over 400-year history known for casting. They have been manufacturing wide range of metal products from artificial works to interior goods.

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