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OEX.CO.,LTD

Address 1-7-2 Nakakonoikecho Higashiosakashi Osaka, JAPAN ZIP:578-0975
Representative Name YOSHITADA OE
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Japanese salmon? Sake in Japan
Sake used to refer to Japanese sake, but in Kyushu, shochu was used to refer to sake.
There are now many types of sake made using methods unique to Japan.
The basic drinking vessel for sake was usually a cup or a sake cup.
The larger sake cups were called "gugu-mi," meaning "to drink up the sake. The word "gugumi" is said to have come to be used to refer to a large sake cup that was used to drink sake.
There is no definition of gugumi. There is no definition of "gugumi," but rather, any vessel that you think would taste good if you drank from it can be called a "gugumi. It is said that the meaning of the word "gugumi" is not defined.

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SD item code:9097489

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Shin'emon ware, Cinnabar, Tenmoku type drinking cup, Meikama kiln
真右衛門窯 辰砂 天目型ぐい呑  名窯
(S38640600)
JAN:38640
(S38640600) JAN:38640

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Item added on: 2021/2/1
Dimensions
Dia. 7.5 x 4.5 cm
Specifications
Country of manufacture: ARITA Ware
Material / component: porcelain
Product tag: None

Description

Japanese salmon? Sake in Japan
Sake used to refer to Japanese sake, but in Kyushu, shochu was used to refer to sake.
There are now many types of sake made using methods unique to Japan.
The basic drinking vessel for sake was usually a cup or a sake cup.
The larger sake cups were called "gugu-mi," meaning "to drink up the sake. The word "gugumi" is said to have come to be used to refer to a large sake cup that was used to drink sake.
There is no definition of gugumi. There is no definition of "gugumi," but rather, any vessel that you think would taste good if you drank from it can be called a "gugumi. It is said that the meaning of the word "gugumi" is not defined.

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Sea Mail From Mar.27th to Jun.3rd
Air Mail From Mar.8th to Mar.12th
EMS From Mar.7th to Mar.12th
Pantos Express From Mar.11th to Mar.14th
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