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hello everyone,

I would like to know what these two cups commemorate, what event? end of military service?, return victorious?

 and especially what is the name written inside the foot of both cups ?

in advance... thanks for your answer

Regards

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海軍滿期記念 -  in commemoration of full-term service (completion) in the Navy 
 

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池田 - Ikeda

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退営記念 -  in commemoration of demobilization


歩兵第九聯隊 - 9th Infantry Regiment

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寺本 - Teramoto

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Hi Nick,

I bought a small collection of sakazuki (about 30 pieces) and I look forward to hearing what event they commemorate.

On the other hand, I don’t want to abuse your kindness and look like I’m exploiting the good will.

Allow me to ask for more help for the translation of 3 more cups, and for the rest I would wait for next year... I promise it !

PS : Do you know a good English book to advise me on military sake cups ?

Regards

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