Japanese soda glass.
A “covering glass” that is covered with a light blue on a transparent ground.
This is a tribute to Hokusai Katsushika, the most famous Japanese painter in Japan, and his work “Kanagawa-oki Nami-ura.”
We sandblasted with an emphasis on the detailed expression of the waves.
After pouring a drink, if you look at the scenery over sake, you can enjoy the landscape through the glass due to the lens effect.
Mt. Fuji in the distance and the coming waves will bring you to the world of imagination.
The bottom of the glass has a chrysanthemum pattern divided into eight parts.
Then the pattern gathers light and projects the side “Kanagawa Oki Nami” sculpture brightly.