Yozakura Sake Set by Kennedy James


Yozakura (lit. night Sakura) is a Japanese tradition of enjoying the beauty of the Sakura (cherry blossom) at night by gathering under lighted trees to celebrate nature’s beauty and the arrival of spring with delicious sake and food. This sake set by Kennedy James is inspired by the Sakura pattern, the pentagon cup is carved as the blossomed flower and the carafe has an opening in the form of a Sakura petal drifting in the wind. The gold and silver cups are decorated with food safe luster.

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Info and images courtesy of Kennedy James

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