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Bill Fornshell
(bfornshell) - MLife

Locale: Southern Texas
Something From Japan on 12/30/2005 20:09:52 MST Print View

I received this today in the mail from Japan. Thank You Very Much - Yukio-san (JSBJSB). I wonder what it CAN be. Do I smell Sake? The Customs Tage says "empty can".

Bill Fornshell
(bfornshell) - MLife

Locale: Southern Texas
Something From Japan on 12/30/2005 22:20:50 MST Print View

The Coke can is used to show the size of the Sake can.



There is something in the bottom part of the can. It is a small stove in the can. It is the one or like one of the stoves JSBJSB posted here. The writing says do not open the can. The can has a wick material in it. You fill this stove by filling the stove through the small holes in the top of the stove.





There is another stove in the other end part of the sake can. Yukio-san has sent me two of his stoves. I am so honored, tear time. What a nice surprise.
Thank you very much Yukio-san.






The double wall sake can.




All this was packed into the small package from the picture in post one.


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Sake wa nai tuski shimijmi mite ori

No Sake;
I stare at the moon.

Zen Haiku by Santoka Taneda - (1882-1940)

Edited by bfornshell on 12/31/2005 11:06:07 MST.