Long and lovely, the handblown Rap Coupe is an elegant glass for enjoying cocktails and champagne. In Japan, you'll find this sophisticated thin-walled glass in many high-end hotels, restaurants, and bars.
The Rap's maker, Kimura, is a glass company located in Eastern Tokyo that handcrafts this coupe using techniques from the Taisho Era (1912-1926), a time when Japan was experiencing political unrest, but flourishing culturally and artistically. Representative of Japan's Jazz Age, the Rap Coupe is also an uncanny fit for today's times and aesthetic. So let's raise a glass of bubbly to the past and the future this New Year's Eve with a Kimura Rap Coupe. Kanpai!