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Nousaku Tinware Champagne Glass KINPAKU 130ml/180ml


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Product Information

  • Brand: Nousaku
  • Model: 501344 / 501345
  • Material: 100% Tin
  • Product type: Tin Drinkware
  • Country of origin: Japan (Takaoka, Toyama)
  • 130 ml: Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 58 mm, Height: 162 mm, Capacity: 130 ml, Item Weight: 245 g, Shipping Weight: 420 g
  • 180 ml: Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 60 mm, Height: 198 mm, Capacity: 180 ml, Item Weight: 280 g, Shipping Weight: 450 g

Key Features

  • 2 sizes are available.
  • KINPAKU is a golden sheet, famous in Kanazawa, Japan.
  • The inside of this glass is covered by the gold.
  • Pure tin construction helps keep refreshments well chilled.
  • Carefully hand-crafted by their skilled craftsmen.

Use & Care

  • Hand wash with a soft sponge and wipe dry with a clean cloth.
  • Do not use harsh detergents or cleansers.
  • Do not use in the microwave oven.
  • Do not put in the freezer.


Nousaku Corporation was founded in 1916 in Takaoka City, where is one of the largest producing areas of cast metal products in Japan.

“Takaoka City in Toyama Prefecture is a copper-producing region with the highest copperware shipments and sales in all of Japan. The production of copperware in Takaoka began approximately 400 years ago when the town was formed and has progressed together with the town ever since. Copper is used to make large castings such as the Great Buddha Statue of Takaoka, the town’s symbol, as well as vases and Buddhist altar fittings. Copperware is the product of several processes, namely mould-forming, casting, finishing and Coloring, and each of these processes requires the skill of veteran craftsmen. Beautifully-shaped copperware products are the result of all these processes combined.” 
- Toyama Tourism Organization