The Japanese Highball, made with whiskey, soda water, and a twist of citrus, has become an icon of Japanese drinking culture since its rise to popularity in the 1950s. Though a highball glass is most often used for cocktails, we get just as much enjoyment out of drinking a tall glass of water or even an ice cream float from this slim, elongated shape.
This Showa style from ADERIA features a Baby's Breath floral pattern originally issued in 1974, and, like all ADERIA glassware, comes with its own vintage style gift box.
Measures 2.2" x 5.9" (5.6cm x 15cm)
Approximately 9.4 fl. oz. (280ml) capacity
Dishwasher safe. Not microwave safe.
Classic, colorful, contemporary: ADERIA glassware is all this and more. Each piece is handmade in Japan with techniques 200 years in the making, from 1819 when Iwasaburo Ishizuka established his glass factory in Nagoya, to 1961 when they produced their first mass glass bottles. Combining traditional craftsmanship with modern glassmaking methods, ADERIA glassware is a staple in our kitchen cabinets. We love them.