Pine Matsu San San Kudo Ceremonial Sake Set
The sharing of sake is one of the oldest traditional Japanese wedding ceremonial customs – these Pine (matsu) San San Kudo Ceremonial Sake Set are still used today. The couple takes three sips from each cup starting with the smallest cup and at the conclusion of the wedding ceremony, both families drink a cup of sake to signify, not only the union of the bride and groom but the unity of the two families. This beautiful Japanese wedding custom is called San San Ku Do, which means “three sets of three sips equals nine”. These authentic Yamanaka Lacquerware Japanese wedding sake set comes complete with all items shown in the picture. This exquisite sake set consists of three flat red cups, a two tiered box, sake pot on an oval presentation tray. A gold metallic design graces the oval presentation tray, the front and lid of sake pot. Gift boxed and makes a unique wedding gift and keepsake.
- Black and Red lacquered Plastic with Gold Trim with Pine Design
- Tray 14 3/8 ” L x 6 7/8″ W x 3/4 H
- Sake Pot (Choshi) 3″ H, 3 1/2 W, 5 5/8″ with spout, 6 1/2″ in height with the handle
- Large Red Cup 4 1/4″ in diameter x 1 3/8″ H
- Medium Red Cup 3 1/2″ diameter X 1 1/4 ” H
- Small Red Cup 3 ” in Diameter X 1″ H
- Two-Tiered Box 3 1/2″ W x 3 1/2″ L x 3″ H
- Made in Japan by Yamanaka Lacquerware
*Come with an instruction card of Yamanaka lacquerware.