Ozeki One Cup - Table Sake
This epoch-making product with an English label was launched in 1964 on the very same day as the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. At the time, the standard for sake was an Isshobin, a 1.8L bottle. And, the container embodied the face of the brewer. Hence, packaging was everything so the brilliant idea of sake in a ready-to-use glass cup was born. The novel blue label was eye-catching. The design was the brainchild of Iwataro Koike, a professor at Tokyo University of the Arts and Joji Matsukawa, a professor at Joshibi University of Art and Design. This same label is used today.
180ml - 15%