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Nousaku Tinware Katakuchi Lipped Sake Server

Size: 150ml
Color: Silver

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Product Information

  • Brand:Nousaku
  • Material:100% Tin
  • Product type:Lipped Sake Servers
  • Country of origin:Japan (Takaoka, Toyama)
  • 150ml:Dimensions (approx): 133 x 73 x 54 mm, Capacity: 150 ml, Item Weight: 273 g, Shipping Weight: 450 g
  • 280ml:Dimensions (approx): 162 x 90 x 63 mm, Capacity: 280 ml, Item Weight: 450 g, Shipping Weight: 620 g

Key Features

  • Made of tin, which is highly resistant to oxidation or corrosion and highly valued as good tableware.
  • Carefully hand-crafted by skilled craftsmen.
  • The inside is coated with KINPAKU, golden sheet, famous in Kanazawa, Japan.

Use & Care

  • Handwashing with a soft sponge and throughout wiping with a clean cloth are recommended. Using harsh detergents or cleansers is NOT advised.
  • Don't put tinware in dishwashers, microwave ovens or ovens.
  • Low temperature can also alter tinware. Avoid storing it in the fridge for long hours.


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 Japan. The production of copperware in Takaoka began approximately 400 years ago when the town was developed, and progressed as the town grew. 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 produced in several processes such as Mold-forming, casting, finishing and coloring. Each of these processes requires veteran skills. Beautifully-shaped copperware products are an outcome of all these processes combined.”
- Toyama Tourism Organization