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Japanese Ceramic Cone Cups

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These cool new Japanese Ceramic Cone Cups from Mashiko Kitchen are handmade ceramic cone-shaped drinking vessels with a matching stand that holds it upright when you set it down or put it on display afterwards. They hold up to 150ml and are perfect for tea, coffee, espressos, lattes, sake, or whatever else you wish to sip in a unique way. I guess they would also be great for serving up ice cream, but don't bite into the cones.

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