Sake set for two persons - to enjoy your time Japanese style This Set comprises of a Tokkuri and two Ochokos. Tokkuri is a type of flask used to hold the Sake and pour the liquor into two small cups called Ochoko. This is perfect for couples or two close friends to relax and enjoy talking with one another. Also the Japanese enjoy the four seasons and their natural surroundings while drinking. How about pouring each other warm Sake in the Ochoko during a snowy night by the fireplace or a cold Sake during a summer night out in your yard looking up at the stars? ＊ The Sake in the photo is not included in this set.
Sake set for two persons
Tin Tokkuri (Sake bottle) × 1
Ochoko (Sake cup) × 2
Small square wooden cup MASU and a glass ×2 (a set of a glass and a MASU)
Bent Wood Tray/ large × 1
Bent Wood Tray/ small × 3
Japanese red lacquer dishware × 2
Lacquered Chopsticks × 2
Chopstick holder × 2
AKITA SUGI Tray × 2
Instructions about the handling of the tin wareShould not be used on a gas range or electric stove, microwave or oven. Should not be put in a freezer. No dishwasher, hand wash only using mild dish soap with cloth or soft sponge and do not scrub.
Instructions about the handling of Mage-WappaShould no be used in a microwave or oven. No dishwasher ; hand wash only using mild dish soap with cloth or soft sponge and do not scrub. Hand dry and place in a good ventilated area before storage.
Instructions of the handling of the lacquer wareShould not be used directly on a gas range, electric stove, microwave or oven. .No dishwasher, hand wash only with mild dish soap with cloth or soft sponge and do not scrub. Avoid placing near fire place and the long exposure of direct sunlight as it may causes change of color. NOTE: In extreme rare case s , new lacquer ware may cause rashes , please consult your dermatologist as soon as possible.
Please do not use a hard scrubbing brush or cleanser.Instructions of the handling of the Kutani porcelain Please use as tableware. Please be careful about stability on the occasion of setting.