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Masu

Updated at 2024-02-21

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The container in the picture that looks suspiciously like a wooden box is actually a cup specifically for drinking sake! The ritual of drinking sake from a "masu cup" is a unique process in its own right. First, a shot glass is placed in the center of the masu. Sake is poured into the glass until it overflows into the masu. This custom exists because, in ancient times, only wealthy families could afford to drink sake, so pouring sake generously symbolized abundance and wealth. Traditionally, the masu is only used on major holidays and special occasions to add a woody aroma to the drink.

Details

Name
Masu
Giver
Narita City Hall
Friendly States
Japan
City
Narita

Alliance Date: September 16, 2016
Language: Japanese
Area: 213.84 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 132,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Its main industries are tourism and agriculture. It also has Narita International Airport.

Size
L83cm W33.5cm H0.5cm
Category
Wooden Objects
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