[Limited Item] Yoshida Brothers Sake Cup


This is a vintage and Limited Sake cup called a Masu in Japan. It is made of wood and are square (Size: 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 x 2 inch). There is Yoshida Brothers’ name (Kanji) on the side.
For an authentic Japanese experience, drink your sake from a sake masu cup. Originally designed to measure rice, masu cups became popular sake receptacles throughout rural Japan. Square cedarwood cup holds 180ml.

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