Stainless Sake-Barrel / Iwai Chidorigoshi / Large 27
On a background of pastel-colored hound's-tooth check are the graphical designs of the kanji character "Iwai", as well as a crane and a tortoise which are symbols of longevity, matrimonial happiness, and good fortune.
The lucky charms of Japan have a pop art vibe so this product can be used in any kind of event, whether it's an event of kimono or western dress.
Sizes vary from S size (40 cm in diameter, 40 cm in height) appropriate for an event of around 20 people, to the massive L size (holding 1 "to", a traditional unit of volume of 18 liters, 60 cm in diameter, 60 cm in height) which is often used in shrines and restaurants; you can choose from large, medium and small depending on the capacity of the group.
The "kagami biraki" (sake-barrel ceremony) involves breaking open a "komodaru" (straw-mat barrel) with a wooden mallet all together at the same time. It is a performance which can be enjoyed by men and women of all ages and is essential for celebrating new beginnings such as weddings, new store openings, entrance ceremonies and graduation ceremonies.
A "komodaru" will be delivered without the lid sealed on top. The lid itself, the wooden mallet, and bamboo ladle will be included as part of a set and so "kagami biraki" can be performed straight away with the products' arrival.
Since it will be delivered without the contents, you can pour in drinks other than sake as well.
※It can hold up to a maximum of 18 liters. If you put in 21 liters, there is the possibility that liquid might splatter when the lid is broken during the sake-barrel ceremony.
※Japanese sake is not included in the product.
included with kagamiita
Please choose your ideal size from options when you purchase.
The detail of each size is below.
Core: polystyrene foam / weight: concrete block / container: stainless / external material:polyethylene・rope:polypropylene
Product body weight:9.2kg
Packing size: 64×64×64cm
Package weight : 13kg