No More Sake
I wrapped the ochoko tightly in a paper towel and put that in a plastic bag before striking it against the ground. Then I unfolded the mess and stacked the pieces on a sheet of paper like a ceramic puzzle (no glue here). The paper is under a fluorescent light which was resting on stacked DVD's on my bathroom counter. Then I set the camera's light balance to "fluorescent" and fix the rest in post production. The cup is about 1.5 inches tall.
Sake is often misspelled "saki", and the type of cup used to drink it is called an ochoko, though "sake glass" is probably more common in the US.