Winning Daruma Masu Cup Japanese Cypress

$14.80 inc. GST

The Certain Victory Passed Daruma motif adorns this Japanese Cypress Winning Daruma Masu Cup. The masu cup is scented with cooling cypress and is ideal for serving cold sake or as a gift for special occasions. Additionally, it is frequently utilised in current Japanese culture for purposes like presenting delicacies and snacks.

  • Country Manufacture: Japan
  • Dimensions: 83mm x 83mm x 56mm
  • Capacity: Approximately 170 ml
  • Material: Japanese cypress (Unpainted)

Please note that the final colour of this Winning Daruma Masu Cup and the branding are not consistent due to the fact that they are pressed manually with a hot iron.

Availability: In stock SKU: TR4988484838677


The Daruma dolls seen on this Winning Daruma Masu Cup are based on the monk Bodhidharma, who is credited with establishing Zen Buddhism. Artists can make modifications with the design, which is often a hollow, spherical person with red clothing painted on. Wishes are the speciality of the Daruma doll. You’ll find that they’re sold with no eyes when you purchase them. Make a wish and paint one eye. Fill in the second eye to complete the pair if your prediction comes true. Found this Japanese Cypress Winning Daruma Masu Cup interesting? Why not view our Sake Cup Collection.

Katachiware tableware is known for its beauty and unique design, and proper maintenance and cleaning can help to ensure that the products that you purchase remain in good condition for a long time. In the following link we provide you with basic instructions on how to clean and maintain your Japanese style tableware. We will cover cleaning instructions for melamine products, ABS products with a painted finish, wooden products with a Urushi finish, ceramic items, and cast iron. Read more here: Product Care

Additional information

Weight0.2 kg

In Stock



Care Instructions

Hand Wash Only







Made In



Japanese Cypress


12 Months


Wood Grain


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