Edo Kiriko
Japanese traditional craftsman Yasunori Kimura
Yarai Nanako sake cup Ruri
Product number 5100-22

A typical pattern of Edo cut child "Yara-yonako" crest.
It refers to the shape of bamboo and logs that are combined in each other, meaning "making the basis of things" and "solidifying the foundation", meaning the sea color of the fish, and it is one of the very auspicious traditional patterns that combines fish and children representing multi-production and richness from the meaning that there are many.

¥17,000(Tax excluded)
Φ65 × H50 (mm)
Made of crystal glass
Box specifications
Paulownia Box
Box size

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