[Permanently Preserved in the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, the Soy Sauce Cruet Is a Piece of History]

We feel Hirota Glass's Original Soy Sauce Cruet is the easiest to use among the many soy sauce cruets in the world.

The main bottle and glass stopper are hand-rubbed together by craftsmen to prevent dripping, and the structure was developed by Hirota Glass in the 1970s, inspired by the function of dropper bottles used for experiments. The soy sauce cruet, which does not drip, is easy to hold, and does not fall over, is a historical masterpiece that has been permanently preserved at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

It can be poured a little at a time, and its capacity can always be checked, so it can be used fresh. Soy sauce is inseparable from Japanese food such as tofu, sashimi, and dashimaki. Of course, it can also be used for vinegar.

Our motivation is to make Japanese crafts readily available to people wherever they live in the world, so that they can truly enjoy the Japanese way of life. Great kitchen utensils are one way to achieve this.

Hirota Glass's Original Soy Sauce Cruet