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MIKA's handmade Porcelain sake cup

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Bowl -The lower half is rounded, and the upper half rises straight up, with a wide mouth. This shape allows the aroma to be easily perceived as the sake gets closer to the nose when drinking, and the sake touches the center of the tongue, making the taste clear and straightforward. It is considered the least peculiar shape.

3" D x 1 3/4" H  63g holds 1.3oz

Morning Glory - It has an even wider mouth than the bowl shape, with tall or short variations. This shape brings the aroma even closer and allows the sake to touch the back of the tongue, providing a refreshing aftertaste. In my personal opinion, sake enthusiasts in Japan often prefer this trumpet shape.

3" D x 1 1/2" H  55g holds 1.3oz

Bud - which is closest to a wine glass. It traps the aroma inside the cup, allowing the sake to touch the entire tongue, making it possible to fully appreciate the taste. This shape has become more common with the popularity of enjoying sake in glasses

3 1/4" D x 2 1/4" H 63g holds 2.4oz

Straight - This shape is characterized by a narrow mouth and an inverted triangular shape. When drinking, the sake touches the back of the tongue and the throat, spreading the taste and aroma to the back of the nose.

2" D x 3" H 54g holds 1.25oz

Handmade by Satoshi Yoshikawa

For further informationn, please refer to our blog post on porcelain sake cups

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