|Material:||ABS resin/ Urethane paint|
Vertical width 76mm
|Color:||Outside black - Inside red|
|Minimun quontity:||1000 pcs|
Importain customer of the event, We decorate the ceremony! We will introduce one Go black lacquer Masu The black and vermilion of contrast that has been used since ancient times make a sense of quality, Elegance, lacquerware is the characteristic of this product. We always can not enough to produce the Masu for sell. Now I want a special Masu, It is perfect customers, we hope!
- Medium urushi masu
It's a masu cup for celebration in party, Elegant luster and gloss is attractive. It is not the mass of Hinoki (cypress),Vivid shades of vermilion and black fit of the party!
One go masu
This is the most common, standard sized masu cup. From old times, masu cups of this size are used for drinking sake on celebrations in Japan.
Since the masu cups were used for measurement as well, its name comes from the traditional
Japanese unit of go, which is equal to the volume of approximately 0.1804L = 180.4ml.
For comparison please note that a usual glass cup in Japan has a volume of about 200ml.
- Mini masu
As its name says, it's a mini sized masu cup.
The inner volume of the mini masu is about 2 shaku, which is about 0.0036L = 36ml, exactly 2 / 10th the volume of the one go wooden masu box. Its size is also equivalent to that of a regular ochoko cup, which is also traditionally used in Japan for drinking sake, therefore it's perfect for substituting ochoko cups to give you an exclusive sensation.
- Extra-large masu
One sho masu
One sho is a volume unit in Japan, equal to 10 go, which means that it's 1.804L = 1800ml. It's roughly the same volume as a 2L PET bottle. In Japan sake is still sold in 1.8L bottles called one sho bottle (isshoubin) in Japanese.
- Character masu
Custom kanji masu
Get one of the most popular kanji characters and in Japan branded on your masu cup.
Choose from many popular characters like: Kotobuki = Congratulations, Iwai = Celebration, Fuku = Good Fortune, Kizuna = Bonds (between people) and from many popular phrases like Anzen Kigan = Prayer for Safety, Kaiten Iwai = Shop Opening Celebration, Shoubai Hanjou = Prosperous Business. These masu cups are very popular as personal or company gifts.
- Large masu
5 go masu
The volume of a 5 go masu is roughly the same as a rice cooker. Its uses vary: measuring container, box for storing CDs and books or as a stylish wooden interior piece. A 5 go masu could also be very handy on any ceremony or celebration.
You could fill it with sake to the rim, pass it around and let everyone drink from it.