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Matcha Shot Glass & Wooden Saucer (Set of two)

Matcha Shot Glass & Wooden Saucer (Set of two)

Regular price $90.00USD
Regular price sale $90.00USD
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The Matcha Shot Glass is the perfect size for a straight shot of Single Origin or Premium Blend Matcha. Crafted by a former light bulb factory, the glass is so delicate, it gives the sense of holding the liquid itself. Enjoy the feeling of matcha gliding clean and cool across your fingertips to your lips.

For a beautiful and practical presentation, we’ve included two, grain-colored saucers, which are carved from the legendary osmanthus tree. The saucers are very light, matching the feathery weight of the shot glasses we’ve paired with them. The natural color and grain of the wood may vary.


  • 2 shot glasses
  • 2 wooden saucers

Natural color and grain patterns may vary in the wooden saucers.


  • glasses: 2.8” x 2.4”, 4 fl. oz.
  • saucers: .7” x 3.5”


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Exchange and return policy

All sales are final. If anything arrives damaged or defective, email us within 30 days and we’ll send you a replacement.


Shot glass: Use a soft sponge and avoid sudden temperature change.

Saucer: Only use a soft, dry cloth to wipe clean. Occasionally apply sesame or flaxseed oil.

Not dishwasher or microwave safe.



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About Kimura Glass

Japan-based Kimura has spent 100 years working with small artisan factories. One such partner, Shotoku Glass Company, built their reputation making mouth-blown light bulbs. Eventually the light bulb industry automated, and Shotoku transitioned to making glassware. Their origins gave them a specialized niche in their new art: making ultra thin glassware by coupling the use of molds and glass-blowing.

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About Nankei Pottery

Nankei Pottery is a small operation located in Yokkaichi in Mie Prefecture. It started in 1913 as a clay seller, but evolved into a pottery studio within the last 50 years. Nowadays, the pieces are designed in banko-yaki style, a technique originating in the Edo Period. Harkening back to the company roots, the Nankei potters blend their own clay, allowing them to control the precise characteristics needed for their unique style.

  • Several shelves at Nankei Pottery hold rows and rows of cups and bowls.
  • ] A stack of boxes at Nankei Pottery.
  • Rows of greenware pottery, set for drying.
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Pull a straight matcha shot

Experience the freshness and full umami flavor. As simple as it gets.

Servings: 1

Active time: 5 min

  • 1 shot (level 1 or 2) Premium Blend

Pour the fresh matcha shot in a glass or cup.

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