What’s Japanese Shuki?
Have you ever heard about ”Shuki”？
“Shuki” are items to drink Sake.
In Japan, there are various types of Shuki.
This time I’d like to talk about Shuki for Japanese sake.
Let’s look at some Shuki.
Tokkuri is a bottle to pour sake.
Most Tokkuri has a slim neck.
Sakazuki is a shallow cup to drink Sake.
Sakazuki is used for Japanese-style weddings, too.
Ochoko is a very small cup to drink Sake.
It’s tiny and your ochoko would be empty with one or two sips!
Guinomi is also a cup to drink Sake.
It is a small cup, but bigger than ochoko.
Various Japanese Shuki at home
Now I’m showing some Shuki I found at home.
These are Tokkuri and Guinomi.
These are for “Reishu” (Cold sake).
They are made of glass.
This is Guinomi.
I love the shape and the texture!
I used to use this to drink medicine when I was a kid!
This is another Ochoko.
But I used it to drink medicine when I was a kid as well.
Next time I will use this for Sake!
Cute Shuki I found online
I found some cute Shuki, and I’d love to share them here!
Cute Raccoon Shuki (Tokkuri and Guinomi)
I think my husband loves this!
Pink Shuki (Tokkuri and Guinomi)
I love the color!
I want this shuki for spring!
Reishu (cold sake) Shuki
This is perfect for summer!
There’s more Shuki on Rakuten! I’m sure you can find your favorite!