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Non Drip Soy Sauce / Olive Oil Dispencer / Small

Prix ​​habituel €74,95 EUR
Prix ​​de vente €74,95 EUR Prix ​​habituel
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Product Description

Product Story

General Product Information

A soy sauce jug that does not drip.
This soy sauce jug is made by the traditional Edo glass manufacturing method.
The stopper and the body are carefully rubbed together one by one by the hands of craftsmen.

The secret is in the “mortar opening”
The capillary action of the tightly grated lips allows any liquid residue that comes out through the stopper to be returned to the main body.

The sticker is attached, but can be easily removed.

We start to receive large quantity orders for our crafts that’s on our YouTube channel.

If you tell us the number of lots, e.g. 20, 100 or 1000 pieces, we will give you a wholesale price.
If you are interested, please contact us at the email address below.



 Product History

When did these crafts start to craft?:200 years ago / 1800AD / Edo period in Japan 

The history of glass making in Japan dates back to the Yayoi period. The technique introduced from the continent was used to make kagatama (glass beads) and tubular beads at that time, but the technique died out after the Middle Ages. It was not until the Edo period (1603-1867) that glassware reappeared in Japanese history.

Glassware was introduced to Nagasaki from Portugal, the Netherlands, and other countries, and was produced domestically under the name “biidoro. Since the technique resembled Chinese techniques rather than European origin, it is believed that the technique itself may have been introduced from China. The technique was eventually introduced to Osaka, Kyoto, and Edo.

According to records, glass was first made in Edo around 1711. It is written in an essay collection titled “Ureshiyu Shoran” that a craftsman named Gennojo blew glass. In addition, the geographical journal of Edo, “Takehoe Nenpyo” (1751-1764), also mentions that glass was made in the city.


Craftsman Story

Craftsman Profile

Iwasawa Glass
Founded in 1931, Iwasawa Glass is a valuable glass manufacturer that still makes glass by hand, even though its factory is located in Tokyo.
The company specializes in the “mold process,” in which molten glass is poured into molds and formed by pressing, spindles, and squeezing, and its main products are thick glass tableware.
There are only a few glass factories in Japan that are capable of this process.

 

Craftsman Passion

Passing on the Craftsmanship

Glass manufacturing is an industry in which production cannot be resumed once the fire stops and has no choice but to cease. In addition to being costly, kiln maintenance involves dangerous work, and there are many tasks where skill, intuition, and experience are important.
Because this is an industry that is difficult to maintain, we value each and every one of our craftsmen and focus on passing on their skills on a daily basis to deliver our products to our customers.

 

Your Contribution to Craftsman

Customer Voice

Due to the market structure (link for full articles are attached bottom), craftsman have not known who the customer is and how customer reacts to their work. We made a “Message to Craftsman” box at purchase page. We will deliver all message to every craftsman. Our review will be also shared to craftsman so please leave your comment and evaluation on review section!

Income for Craftsman: Craftsman get only less than 10% of selling price?

As written above, craftsman have not controlled last phase of sales channel that resulting in selling price is set by third-party without craftsman’s recognition. There are some cases that only less than 10% of selling price is given to craftsman. We promise with our customer / craftsman that we offer the fair trade with craftsmen in our contract!

We made an article about above problem and our challenge. Please have a read from below link.
Current state of the Crafts Market / Benefits brought by Suigenkyo


Measurement

Width:4.5cm
Height:9.5cm
Weight:146g

Material & Caution

Glass

Caution

Individual Difference

Each piece is handmade, so there are individual differences even in the same series. We hope that you will understand the change by handmade.

Delivery Date

Please note that it will take about a month for delivery if we do not have the item in stock.

 


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