• Foil Series: ” Lacquer cups are made with “Kanazawa Gold Leaf,” a craft that has been handed down from generation to generation in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture. Since craftsmen use a technique called”Kirimawashi”, where they are pasted together by hand, no two patterns are the same. The finish is traditional Yamanaka-Nuri wiping lacquer to preserve the texture of the gold leaf as much as possible.
When beer is poured, the inner, upper half, which has a mirror finish, and the lower section, which has spiral polishing streaks, vigorously produce creamy foam. Water droplets find it difficult to stick to its double structure, which also makes it a great cold storage material. While maximizing the stainless steel’s practicality, the exterior is lacquer-finished to give it a wet touch and a delicate mouthfeel. Echizen Washi: Japanese paper known as Echizen Washi is made in the Echizen district of Fukui Prefecture, in the Okato River basin. The inner layer of plant epidermis known as bastfiber serves as the primary raw material for Japanese paper. Echizen washi is distinguished by its superior quality and the elegant beauty of the natural colours that appeal to the senses of the affluent.
Material: 18-8 stainless steel lacquered
Accessories: Japanese paper coaster paulownia box (lid is paulownia veneer)
Size Body: Diameter 8.0cm x Height 13.0cm Capacity approx.
The inner upper part has a mirror finish, and the lower part has spiral polishing streaks, creating a vigorous creamy foam the moment beer is poured.
Because it has a double structure, it is difficult for water droplets to adhere and has excellent cold storage.
While making the most of the functionality of stainless steel, the exterior is finished with lacquer to add a moist texture and a soft mouthfeel.