Designed and made in Kyoto (Japan).
Enjoy hot sake served from a unique-looking flask (called tokuri).
This sake flask is made in fine porcelain by potter Hirokazu Ichikawa and hand-painted in the potter's peculiar turquoise color.
It is one of very few pieces that the artisan produces using hand-made casts, which allow the manufacturing of only few pieces before being disposed of.
A very Japanese feel, without the easily-recognized features of traditional Japanese pottery.
The flask comes in an especially designed wooden box, called kiribako.
Instructions for use
Pour your favorite sake in the flask and heat it up in hot water to make hot sake (see our article about Japanese sake to know more), or serve at room temperature.
Or, if you feel like trying new things, why not heat up some Hot Toddy in the flask?