https://www.floyd.jp/images/detailed/2/fujikiriko.gif **Fuji Edo Kiriko** Edo, the original name of present-day Tokyo, is known for the exquisite traditional art of Edo Kiriko Cut Glass. This Fuji Kiriko Vessel has been hand-carved by accomplished Kiriko craftsmen in the likeness of Mt. Fuji using the classic, traditional Edo techniques. With precise and elaborate cuts representing Mt. Fuji’s snow-covered peak, the Kiriko artisans are able to portray the colorful faces of Japan’s sacred mountain in the characteristic Kiriko colors of “ruri” (lapis lazuli blue), and “beni” (ruby red). The interior of the attractive, paulownia box is lined with pure white cotton, designed to represent the sea of clouds often covering this noble mountain. This beautiful Kiriko piece may be used as a sake cup, or as a vessel for your favorite hors d'oeuvre. What is Edo Kiriko? The techniques of Kiriko have been handed down through generations of craftsman, originating in 1834 with the founder Kyubei Kagaya, and has been officially designated a traditional craft of both Tokyo and of Japan. Size φ 80×H39mm / 60ml W100×D100×H78mm（Box） Material Glass / Tokyo, Japan **Instructions For Use** ・Please wash thoroughly before use. ・Wash with a soft cloth or sponge using a dishwashing detergent that has been diluted in lukewarm water. ・Not dishwasher safe. ・Do not use in a microwave oven or oven. ・Please use with care as sudden changes in temperature and collision with glass or any other hard objects may cause the glass to break. ・Please discontinue use if the glass becomes chipped or cracked. ・Please refrain from sliding the glass over table surfaces as it may cause scratches.