Cedar Sake Vessel
Written by Katie on April 6, 2009. Permalink
I don’t make a practice of drinking sake, but this vessel by designer Shunji Kurimori might convince me to start.
Kurimori’s Cedar Sake Bottle is made using old cedar trees with a striking narrow grain, resulting in a bentwood low-conduction vessel that keeps cold sake cool, hot sake warm. Kurimori is a Master of Traditional Craft, recognized by the Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry. Pair the Cedar Sake Bottle with the Cedar Sake Cups (sold separately) to practice a third Japanese tradition: sharing sake and conversation with friends.
Cedar Sake Vessel,
$140.00 Now: $84.00
Cedar Sake Cups (Set of 2)
$85.00 Now: $51.00
Buy it here.
More information:View Cedar Sake Vessel here