Handmade wooden cups made in Yamanaka region, Ishikawa Japan which is a hot spring town famous for its historical lacquerware production. Named after the old name of the area, the Enuma cup was designed for enjoying the aroma of drinks.
Perfect for coffee, tea, wine, brandy or any other beverage that you want to enjoy the aroma of.
With low thermal conductivity, the wood makes it easy to hold both hot and cold beverages.
Made by Shirasagi Woodworks in Yamanaka (Ishikawa Japan)
Yamanaka Onsen in Ishikawa Prefecture is famous for its hot springs. Shirasagi Woodworks is located much deeper up the mountain from the hot spring resort.
For three generations, Shirasagi Woodworks has been making traditional Yamanaka lacquerware and other wooden vessels such as bowls, trays and round tables.
Shirasagi Woodwork is committed to using only domestic wood and is fully responsible for the entire process, from harvesting the raw wood in Japan to the finish grindings.
Although there are many craftsmen, which has a high level of technology, it is rare to find a such craftsman who is involved in the whole process from the raw wood to make these wood table ware in Japan now.
How to take care
- Do not use abrasive items such as scrubbers and cleansers as they may cause scratches and peel.
- Do not leave the product to soak in water. Wipe dry immediately after washing.
- Keep out of direct sunlight.
- Do not use in dishwashers or microwaves.