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Mount Fuji Beer Glass

Designed by Keita Suzuki, Fujiyama glass is an award winning item that pays homage to Japanīs iconic Mount Fuji, especially when you fill it with beer and get some froth at the top and get that typical snow cap effect. Each piece is individually handblown by craftsmen in Japan, in a company thatīs been around since 1932, so weīre pretty sure they know their business. Each piece comes in an an exquisite paulownia box, that you can also use to store it in. This cone shaped glass is sure to make your drink more enjoyable, while making you travel to the land of the rising sun.

Available for purchase at Ode to Things, or at Amazon




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