Carefully crafted in shape of Mt. Fuji, these sake cups are made with 100% tin.
Known as the most expensive metal after gold and silver.
Tin is very malleable and bendable.
Though tin resembles silver in its whiteness, it does not rust for tarnish easily.
Also, pure tin is significantly antibacterial and safe for serving foods.
In Japan, it has been said that tin removes the bitterness from Japanese Sake as well as other beverages.
Nousaku is based in Takaoka, Japan. The company began its operations in 1916 by manufacturing Buddhist ritual objects, Japanese tea sets, and vases made of brass and bronze. It produces tin and brass items with good designs. Having a wide range of products, Nousaku concentrates on both traditional crafts and artwork. Designers around the world are fascinated by its design and detailed work.