≪Product Concept and Features≫
Extensively used in the Meiji and Taisho period, Taisho Roman Glass is a type of milky white glassware made using a unique Japanese molding method. Special ingredients are added to the glass, with the sudden temperature difference coloring it a milky white hue. These artisanal glass pieces are made using a method that is born from the precise patterns of the mold and the skill of the well-trained craftsmen. An opaque white (opal) coloring appears on top of the transparent glass, giving the piece a feeling of sentimentality.Made using a unique Japanese glass blowing method passed down from the Meiji and Taisho periods, this item can only be produced through the skills of the most well-trained craftsmen.
≪Recommended use of the product≫
A cool, small dish great for arranging ice cream, sherbet, mint leaves, or appetizers alongside a chilled iced tea in the summer.