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Decorative barrels for display Shochikubai / Medium size

Regular price $185.00 USD
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The history of sake brewing at Takara Shuzo dates back to 1842 in Fushimi, Kyoto. The name of the sake, Shochikubai, has long been considered a sign of "congratulations" and is often used in marriage ceremonies. The design features the Chinese character for "pine, bamboo, and plum" written horizontally, with a pine crown at the top.
The core material of the decorative barrel is styrofoam, so it cannot be filled with alcohol or opened by Kagami-biraki.


Contents of the barrel: Styrofoam
Exterior material: Polypropylene


Size: Approx. 50 cm (diameter) x 50 cm (height) Weight: Approx. 4.0 kg

Kagami-biraki ceremony

  • Display barrel

    Please use it for store displays and for creating Japanese-style spaces.


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