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Mini Kagami Biraki Set,​ Masu Set,​ Rising Sun

JP¥ 7,000   (US$ 64.46)
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Mt. Fuji is the most famous mountain in Japan. The rising sun expresses decisiveness and hope.
Since its release, this mini kagami biraki set [DESIGNER'S] has been widely used by many customers at wedding ceremonies and events. A collaboration item with graphic designers in the Kansai area.
This set includes a bucket inside. It can be used for storing not only sake and juice, but also various things such as snacks, small sake bottles, bathing powder, flower seeds, etc. Fill it with your favorite things, or with a gift for a precious person.
You can enjoy kagami biraki anytime anywhere with this item. Perfect for a wedding ceremony, party, birthday party with family and friends, and a celebration at your company.

About Komodaru barrels
A sake transport ship called "Tarukaisen" was used for transporting high-quality sake from Itami and Nada to Edo (Tokyo). In order to protect the barrels, people wrapped around a big shitodaru (72-liter barrel) with a woven straw mat and called them "komokamuri". Also, "shirushikomo" on which trademarks were printed or branded were used to distinguish the brand.
In Amagasaki, which is famous for high-grade sake production in Japan, still manufactures shirushikomo that are used by sake breweries all over the country.A "Kagami biraki", in which the kagami (the lid) is vigorously opened and a toast is made with the sake inside, is necessary for auspicious events such as a wedding ceremony and celebration party. This company has been continuing to provide these komodaru barrels that make your special day even more brilliant since its establishment in the late 19th century.
●Materials: [Cask] polyethylene,​ [Rope] polypropylene,​ [Panel] basswood veneer,​ magnet,​ [Inner Portion Cover] polypropylene,​ [Inner Portion Disc,​ Plastic Container] polyethylene,​ [Scoop] Japanese cypress,​ [Mallet] yellow cypress & Japanese cypress,​ timber from southeast Asia,​ [5-shaku wood masu] Japanese cypress
●Made in Hyogo Prefecture
●Size: [Diameter] approx. 18cm,​ [Height] approx. 17.5cm,​ [Contents] 720ml
●Weight (item only) [g]: 600
●Weight (including packaging material) [g]: 760
●Handling Precautions:
*When using,​ please practice 2-3 times before doing it for real.
*Check the scattering relationship state between the force of the swinging mallet and the kagamifuta. Start by doing gentle downward swings.
*When children use this,​ make sure they do so in the presence of an adult to avoid danger.
*Storing after use: remove container,​ wash with water,​ allow to dry properly and put away.
*Kagamifuta: It may break depending on the frequency of use.
*This is not a storage container.
*When putting in alcohol,​ put in just before use. Do not leave inside for a long time. Taste and odor may change.
[Instructions & Kagami-biraki procedure]
1. Before putting in alcohol,​ remove set container,​ wash with water and dry.
2. Set container into barrel one more time and pour alcohol into container (less than 0.72L) .
3. Put the donut-shaped white frame on top of the container.
4. On top of this frame,​ put the magnetically attaching kagamifuta.
5. After setting,​ gather all participants and say "yoisho" 3 times. On the 3rd time,​ swing down the small mallet.
*As each item is hand-made individually,​ color and shape may differ slightly from the photos.
*Should there be no stock,​​ item manufacture will take place after order placement. Depending on the item,​​ delivery may be delayed. Contact customer service regarding the delivery date.
Item No.  W09558

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