Edo kiriko glass cutting is one of the least "Japanese-looking" of Japanese traditional crafts. This is for a good reason, since it comes from the last Edo period in the 1830s, when Japan had already started coming under the influence of the West. The Kimoto Moon Glass uses this technique but with a very modern approach to design to create a wonderful glasses for your favorite drink or beverage.
Coming in two shapes/sizes (a classic glass shape or tumbler) and two colors (black and white), the Kimoto Moon Glass features circular shapes on its sides. The circles stand for the moon. From different angles, you can see different phases of this moon. The sight becomes even more impressive if the liquid you pour in it is slightly colored. Try it with your favorite cocktail and enjoy elegance and style in a unique Japanese old-meets-new way!
The Edo Kiriko Kimoto Moon Glass features: