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I love masu (wooden sake cups) because they’re useful and they’re great decorations.
Masu have been around for hundreds of years in Japan and were originally used to measure rice when it was a currency in Japan. One masu was the equivalent to the amount of rice one man could eat in a day
Exploring the drink most associated with Japan can be daunting and confusing, especially if you’ve never been to Japan. When I first moved to Japan I knew very little about saké and with over 1700 different sake brands deciding which sake to buy was not easy.
This intro guide will give you the information you need