Japanese Studio glass (Tsukiyono)

Joetsu Crystal's Tsukiyono Kobo (Tsukiyono workshop) was founded in 1905 and has made artistic items for some of Japan's major establishments such as the Imperial New Palace, the Imperial Hotel and the Akasaka Palace. The workshop has received numerous awards for its work. Today they continue to create well-designed glass items. We have chosen items which we especially consider to carry the essence of Japan for the delight of our customers.

Japanese glass tumbler

Japanese glass tumbler

Japanese glass tumbler

Japanese glass tumbler

Japanese glass tumbler
Japanese glass tumbler
Japanese glass tumbler
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Japanese glass tumbler
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Shotoku Glass Usuhari
 

Shotoku Glass was established as a manufacturer of light bulbs in 1922. Since then they have diversified into manufacturing glassware. Decades of experience in producing mouth-blown glassware has resulted in delicate yet strong pieces with elegant shapes and superior clarity. The "USUHARI" (thin glass) series is characterised by a uniform thinness of less than 1mm and a finely finished rim, which looks good, feels good and makes drinking from these glasses an even more pleasurable experience.

Shotoku ginjo glass
Ginjo glass
   

KAGAMI CRYSTAL

Kagami Crystal was established by Kozo Kagami in 1934 and was the first manufacturer of crystal glassware in Japan. Kozo drew upon his experience of studying in Germany to produce glassware of the highest quality which garnerned worldwide acclaim and a number of awards at international exhibitions.

Kagami Crystal supplies glassware to the Imperial Household Agency for official receptions, and for Japanese Embassies all over the world. It also makes items cut with traditional Japanese Edo designs.

These top-quality, made in Japan pieces are popular gift items for every occasion.

tea cups for iced tea
Iced tea glasses
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tea cups for iced tea
Iced tea glasses
NEW
Serving image *the saucer is not included in the set.