5 Sake Glass collaboration between Densyu and Tsugaru Vidro
A new 5 Sake Glass collection has been released by Densyu and Tsugaru Vidro, both companies from Aomori.
Founded in 1981, Nishida Sake Brewery Co., Ltd., a well-established Sake Brewery and owner of uprising sake brand Densyu, and considered accurately what’s called true local sake announces a duo collaboration with Hokuyo Glass Co., Ltd.
Hokyu Glass Co., Ltd. are owners of famous glass brand Ishizuka Glass, also manufacturing Tsugaru Vidro in Aomori, a brand that was born using air-blowing techniques, so the thoughts of the two companies collaborating in a new Sake Glass collection was destiny to happen.
The teams at both companies exchanged highly valuable information and worked numerous amoutn of hours to finally release a beautiful set of sake glass (ochoko – check Sake Glossary) which have been highly welcomed by people from the trade and are indeed looking forward to sip some of their exciting sake into their sake cups.
Beautiful rich colors are one of the first things perceived in the eyes , a soft feeling your fingertips, smooth taste with your tongue, and then you are set to think of Japan’s northernmost prefecture and Densyu’s home town surroundings and lingering scents.
ABOUT SAKE GLASS
Collection: Densyu × Tsugaru vIDRO “Taste the Five Colors”
Price: 1,300 yen each / tax not included
THE SAKE GLASSES
Yama waste – The more you drink, the more you feel
Sakura Label – Expressing the swelling flavour inspired by spring with soft colours
Special Junmai – The image of the bottle colour of the special Junmai.
Tobotori – Treated with gold leaf reminiscent of the finest Ginjo scent and elegance
5 minutes – Finished in an elegant shape so that you can feel the fragrance and umami of rice as it is
ABOUT TSUGARU VIDRO
Tsugaru Vidro glass artisans are devoted to research and development. They strive to master new techniques and methods requiring advanced technology for the blending of beautiful coloured glass mostly through self-study.Their tableware embraces their diverse techniques and skill and is one of Japan’s leading handmade glassware. Moreover, the products richly enhance all aspects of life and exude a sense of seasonality.