Shugi Bukuro (Special Envelope) Often times in weddings, guests will either bring money or purchase an item through the couple’s registry for their gift. In Japanese culture, you are expected to bring a cash gift in what is called a “Shugi-Bukuro”. They are usually beautifully decorated in different colors. Sometimes the amount is specified on the invitation, but most of the time it is based on your relationship with the couple.
This San San Kudo Sake Set (Tosoki Set) is a lacquered plastic red with gold trim Japanese wedding ceremony sake set. This exquisite sake set consists of three flat cups, a sake pot on a round pedestal and an oval presentation tray. Two gold cranes grace the front of the sake pot of this unique wedding gift and keepsake. Cranes are a symbol of longevity and prosperity.
"San-san-kudo," a ceremony of three-times-three (gojapango.com) For more great ideas and information about our waterfront venue visit our website www.tidewaterwedding.com or give us a call 443 786 7220