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Japanese name (also O-Choshi) for a vessel with the volume of 150 to 300 ml. It is made of various materials such as porcelain, metal or glass in various variants such. B. made in pumpkin or candle shape. In these vessels is the rice wine sake heated and served. On the other hand, tokuri made of glass are used to serve cold sake. Made of tin or copper manufactured vessel is called Chirori . Another pouring vessel is Katakuchi, Sake is drunk from different drinking vessels like Masu (Wood cube), Ochoko (Mug) and Sakazuki (Drinking cup). See also below wine vessels,

various tokuri, an ochoko (mug) and a chirori

Text: OSR Dipl.-Päd. Wolfgang Mucher
Tokkuri far left: Kazaana
Glass Tokkuri and Chirori: Sake Shop

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