Japanese vintage Sake bottle Sake bin Tokkuri Kayoi Tokkuri, Binbo Tokkuri, or Kashi Tokkuri V983. It is thought to have been distributed from the late Edo period to the early Showa period and was used by the general public for retail use by liquor stores. Customers would take the sake bottle with them when they went shopping, and it was a great way to advertise the store along the way.
Dimensions: 6.2" x 11.4" / 15.8cm x 28.9cm. Antique items have originally crease, stain, damage, and more. I would like you to refer to the listing photos, but please understand that it's difficult to show all conditions by the photos. Special notes: The glaze comes off on the mouth part, DIRT, Used one.About colors of the photos. The color of the actual item may look different from the picture because of the lighting. The color on a photo can differ because of light, screen settings, personal color perception, etc. Please understand that we can't control the varying light in different environments. Please read the description, check actual photos, and ask questions if doubts in advance. You can return item in 60 days after receiving an item. International Buyers - Please Note.
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