Kotobuki Round “Temari” Japanese Iron Tetsubin Teapot, Black

November 15, 2017 - Comment

Cast iron is not only durable, but will also keep your tea warmer due to its ability to retain heat. This cast iron teapot, or tetsubin, is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has long been the center of ironware production in Japan, thanks to the abundance of high quality raw

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Cast iron is not only durable, but will also keep your tea warmer due to its ability to retain heat. This cast iron teapot, or tetsubin, is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has long been the center of ironware production in Japan, thanks to the abundance of high quality raw materials available in the area. The design is fashioned after a temari, a Japanese craft dating back many hundreds of years. Temari are thread balls traditionally made from remnants of old kimonos. Temari are often given as gifts, and have come to be known as a symbol of loyalty and long-lasting friendship. Brew an exceptional cup of tea using this authentic Japanese tetsubin. For infusing only; not for use over an open flame.

Product Features

  • Attractive temari design with black finish
  • 20 ounce capacity
  • Removable stainless steel mesh infuser basket included
  • Coated interior to prevent rust
  • Made in Japan

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