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Sakè Trunk

Throwing soybeans at demons, that's what people do in Japan during the Setsubun Festival. It's an old ritual celebrated the day before Spring starts to shoo away from home evil, misfortune and diseases. An exceptional variety of sakè known as shōgazake brewed with ginger is also customarily drunk on Setsubun. Serapian produced a saké wooden and Mosaico craft trunk to contain the bottle and the wooden cups. The Japanese fusuma sliding doors inspire colours and shapes.

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Type: Trunk
Dimensions: 48 H x 42 W x 23.5 D cm
Material: Leather

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