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Mixing Glasses

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  1. BAR TIMES Original Mixing Glass [270,271]

    Price From: 2,900 JPY

    A BAR TIMES original model mixing glass. This mixing glass was manufactured completely in Japan. The product is considered an EDO GLASS, which is designated as one of traditional Japanese crafts. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  2. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass YARAI KAGOME [274,275]

    Price From: 10,500 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a palisade and reticular pattern cut, both patterns are very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  3. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass KEN NI KAGOME [276,277]

    Price From: 12,500 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a palisade and reticular pattern cut, both patterns are very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  4. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass KASANE YARAI [278,279]

    Price From: 9,000 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a palisade and reticular pattern cut, both patterns are very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  5. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass SHIPPOU MONYOU [295,296]

    Price From: 9,000 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a 450ml mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a patterns is very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  6. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass NANAKO ICHIMATSU [297,298]

    Price From: 10,000 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a palisade and reticular pattern cut, both patterns are very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  7. BAR TIMES Original EDO KIRIKO Mixing Glass NANAKO HAKAMA [299,300]

    Price From: 11,500 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a palisade and reticular pattern cut, both patterns are very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. At BAR TIMES, to create this ultimate product, we asked Mr. Kenji Ootomo, an Edo-Style glass cutter and traditional-crafts craftsman, to cut out the pattern for us. The original glass is created with the BAR TIMES original Edo Glass mixing glass as the base, with a more complicated and beautiful pattern. This mixing glass is functional as a bar tool, but also a traditional craft. Please enjoy the beautiful product, created by a craftsman, that is fit for a professional bartender's performance. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  8. BAR TIMES Original EDO GLASS Mixing Glass ASANOHA [309,310]

    Price From: 12,800 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a patterns is very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. This mixing glass was manufactured completely in Japan. The product is considered an EDO GLASS, which is designated as one of traditional Japanese crafts. This original BAR TIMES mixing glass uses a method called sand blasting to create the "Asa no Ha" pattern. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  9. BAR TIMES Original EDO GLASS Mixing Glass ICHIMATSU [311.312]

    Price From: 12,400 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a patterns is very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. This mixing glass was manufactured completely in Japan. The product is considered an EDO GLASS, which is designated as one of traditional Japanese crafts. This original BAR TIMES mixing glass uses a method called sand blasting to create the "Asa no Ha" pattern. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  10. BAR TIMES Original EDO GLASS Mixing Glass YABANE [313,314]

    Price From: 12,400 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a patterns is very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. This mixing glass was manufactured completely in Japan. The product is considered an EDO GLASS, which is designated as one of traditional Japanese crafts. This original BAR TIMES mixing glass uses a method called sand blasting to create the "Asa no Ha" pattern. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  11. BAR TIMES Original EDO GLASS Mixing Glass MARUMON KANOKO [315,316]

    Price From: 12,000 JPY

    BAR TIMES original piece, a mixing glass made on the concept of "Creating a beautiful mixing glass for a beautiful cocktail" By adding a patterns is very well known since ancient Japan, it adds a very rich feel. This mixing glass was manufactured completely in Japan. The product is considered an EDO GLASS, which is designated as one of traditional Japanese crafts. This original BAR TIMES mixing glass uses a method called sand blasting to create the "Asa no Ha" pattern. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (450ml) and L size (650ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  12. MARU-T Mixing glass (Plain) [055.056]

    Price From: 2,000 JPY

    A mixing glass by the Japanese maker Otsuka Glass. The glass is thick and feels very stable. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (360ml) and L size (430ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  13. MARU-T Mixing glass YARAI [057,058]

    Price From: 3,000 JPY

    A mixing glass by the Japanese maker Otsuka Glass. The glass is thick and feels very stable. The surface has a palisade pattern cut into the glass, which is popular in Japan. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (360ml) and L size (430ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  14. M-TAKA Mixing glass (Plain) [051,052]

    Price From: 2,200 JPY

    A mixing glass by the Japanese maker Emutaka. By breathing in air while the glass is melted, the surface is smooth with no seams. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (480ml) and L size (550ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  15. M-TAKA Mixing glass YARAI [053,054]

    Price From: 3,000 JPY

    A mixing glass by the Japanese maker Emutaka. By breathing in air while the glass is melted, the surface is smooth with no seams. The surface has a palisade pattern cut into the glass, which is popular in Japan. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (480ml) and L size (550ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  16. ACE Mixing Glass (Plain) [060,061]

    Price From: 1,700 JPY

    A mixing glass made by the established manufacturer, Aoyama Glass, founded in 1933. The glass is on the heavier side for its size, so it feels very stable. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (350ml) and L size (420ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
  17. ACE Mixing Glass YARAI [062,063]

    Price From: 2,500 JPY

    A mixing glass made by the established manufacturer, Aoyama Glass, founded in 1933. The glass is on the heavier side for its size, so it feels very stable. The surface has a palisade pattern cut into the glass, which is popular in Japan. You can choose between the following sizes: S size (350ml) and L size (420ml) -Notice- Due to the nature of glassware, please note that the weight and size of products vary slightly. Bubbles may be contained in the glass, but that doesn't mean it is defective.
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