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What is Kutani"WA"Glass

Kutani x Edo Glass
New Possibilities of Traditional Crafts

by Azone co.,ltd

The Kutani Wa Glass is a fusion of two traditional crafts, Kutani Yaki and Edo glass, and is carefully handcrafted one by one to honor the traditions of each craft. The legs of the Kutani Yaki ware are all hand-painted, and the glass is made of only hand-blown glass, and the joint of the two is made using the technology that won the Good Design Award. We hope you will take a look at the new possibilities of traditional craftsmanship that harmonizes with your living space, regardless of whether it is Japanese or Western.

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Edo Glass

Edo glass, which started around 1876 and developed into a local industry in Tokyo, has been highly evaluated for its profound atmosphere as well as its hand-blown glass, which is made one by one up to the present day.

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九谷焼 / Kutaniyaki

360 years of time
A world of grace created by 360 years


In the early days, "Kokutani" was promoted by the Daishoji clan around 1655. The discovery of pottery stones in the Kutani mines led Kaga clan member Saijiro Goto to Arita in Hizen to learn pottery techniques, and he built a kiln in Kutani, which is said to be the first kiln in Old Kutani. Old Kutani was strongly influenced by the opulent and gorgeous aesthetic of the Kaga Hyakumangoku culture, and developed a unique and powerful style. However, the old Kutani kilns were suddenly abandoned around 1700. The cause of this is still unclear. About 80 years after the abandonment of the kiln, the Kasugayama kiln was opened in Kanazawa around 1806 under the management of the Kaga clan. This was the era of the revival of Kutani, and a number of kilns emerged, including the Mokubei style of the Kasugayama kiln, the Yoshidaya kiln, which was established by the Daishoji clan to revive old Kutani in the area of the old Kutani kilns, the Iida-ya kiln, which produced red-painted fine drawing from the Miyamoto-ya kiln, and the Eiraku kiln, which produced gold brocade. In the Meiji era (1868-1912), Western-style paints were used to produce paintings. In the Meiji period (1868-1912), the Shouza style of colored gold brocade using Western-style paints became famous and was exported, establishing itself as an industrial Kutani.

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"The plain, oblique, and lattice glasses are made of barium crystal (Edo glass).
 Barium crystal has the same level of transparency and luster as lead-containing crystal.
 Barium crystal has the same transparency and luster as lead-containing crystal, but does not contain lead, which is a concern for the environment, and has superior hardness and scratch resistance.

Since blown glass is used, the thickness, shape, and weight of each piece of glass will vary.
 The thickness, shape, and weight of each piece of blown glass varies.
As a characteristic of blown glass, bubbles and veins may be seen.
 Please understand that this is the taste of handmade glass.

Rock glass

This is a product with Kutani-yaki on the bottom and Edo-kiriko with a good mouthfeel.
Please fill it with round ice and enjoy the pattern while drinking brandy!


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Bajou glass

ABajou glass is a shape with a slightly larger height. It is characterized by a round glass that expands generously. The legs of the glass are painted with a very auspicious pattern.

Bajou glass is popular as a glass for cold sake and as a container for delicacies.


φ55mm×68mm (50ml)

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by Azone co.,ltd

by Azone co.,ltd

Shot glass

The Kutani Wa Glass shot glass is the result of a fusion of Kutani Yaki and hand-blown glass. It is a glass to be enjoyed with your favorite drink.

Material: Porcelain (Kutani Yaki porcelain), fine crystal (Edo glass)

φ55mm x 70mm ( 60 ml)