Circa 1950's, and with a paper sticker on the bottom that states that is was, "made in Japan", this is a pottery fogcutter glass that restaurants and bars would have used to serve their tropical drinks. Most are marked with the name of the bar, or restaurant, but this one isn't. It's 6&1/4 inches tall, and has a colorful, high relief image of a hula girl surfing down the face of a big wave, with fish around her. No chips or cracks, just a small spot of missing red paint on her "grass skirt".
I currently have several pieces of vintage Hawaiiana in my shop, including other pottery, and am happy to combine shipping. You can see them all by typing the word, "Hawaiian" in the search box at the top of this page.