The Hakkoda Tumbler is our handblown, 8 oz glass with accurate 3D data of the iconic hiking and backcountry skiing destination in the Aomori Prefecture, Japan, molded into the base of the glass. Each glass comes individually packaged and is proudly made in the USA.
The Hakkoda mountains on the northern end of Honshu island in Japan are known for their deep powder and snow monster trees in the winter and breathtaking foliage in the spring, summer, and fall. The volcanic geology of the region creates an abundance of hot springs home to many iconic Onsens for warming up after a deep day in the mountains. Access to the high alpine by the Hakkoda Ropeway spanning 2,459.7 M (over 1.5 miles) delivers truly unique access to these mountains.
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Our Hakkoda glass includes the 10 peaks in the Northern group of mountains in the region. The series of roads circling the peaks create many access points for unlimited backcountry adventures year-round.
The connection between Oregon and Japan runs deep, with similarities abound. Both cultures lead with kindness. Both have a deep love for simple, premium design. Both cultures commit to excellence in craft and food. Both have a deep culture of crafted spirits. Both are constantly renewed by bathing in nature to fill the soul. Both find inspiration from the volcanic peaks that tower in the distance. It is because of these similarities that we worked to create a glass to celebrate Japan made in Oregon.
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Made in Portland, Oregon our glasses are lead-free and dishwasher-safe. All glasses are handmade one-of-a-kind products that may have slight variations.
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Every glass gives back through our partnership with One Percent for the Planet. We will donate 1% of our sales to Protect Our Winters Japan for all of our Japanese peaks.
POW helps passionate outdoor people protect the places and lifestyles they love from climate change.
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