The Tsuge pipe manufacturing workshop was founded in the 1930s by Kyoichiro Tsuge in Japan.
Thus was born one from a cigarette holder factory, what is today the largest and most advanced Japanese manufacturer in the field of pipes.
Its workshops for the production of pipes are based in Tokyo and in the Asakusa district.
Tsuge Japanese pipes have an undoubted international approach; more decidedly Japanese are other Tsuge pipes with metal finishes, bamboo details, refined lacquers.
But what all the models have in common is the coherent, meticulous, obstinate search for perfection.
Kyoichiro always looked for her, his heirs tenaciously look for her.
The System e-star pipe contains 3 qualities of perfection: simplicity, scientific research, exact proportions.
The System e-star that generates a fresh and dry smoke with the innovative metal pipe torch that creates a smoke path 3 times the length of the torch itself.
The e-star System line is the modern churchwarden of the twentieth century without the problem of the very long mouthpiece.
The mouthpiece of the pipe consists of three chambers that lengthen the path from the brazier of the pipe to the mouth of the smoker.
The E-star System line is equipped with a paper filter to absorb the harmful substances of tobacco.
Of course, the filter can be removed at the smoker's pleasure.
Each Japanese Tsuge pipe is a unique and unrepeatable piece, the external finish may vary slightly from the image since each briar pipe is a unique piece.
The variations are intended only in the nuances of the briar, the measures and the shape do not vary.
If you need more detailed photos, we will be happy to send them to you.
TSUGE’S PIPE IS FASHIONED FOR THE TOBACCO ENTHUSIAST WHO INSISTS HANDLING ONLY THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP.
MADE IN JAPAN OF BRIAR ROOT, THE PIPE WILL PROVIDE GENUINE ENJOYMENT FOR YEARS TO COME.
1) width 140 mm
2) height 48 mm
3) depth 34 mm
4) chimney diameter 21 mm
5) chimney depth 29 mm
Mouthpiece in black methacrylate, metal torch with 6 mm paper filter.
Mouthpiece diameter 8 mm.
Weight: 46 grams
Finish: natural briar covered with carbon and screwed flame-resistant metal rim.
Markings: Tsuge e-star The system, Japan.