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TOWA Workshop Japanese Tetsubin Tea Kettle Cast Iron Teapot with Stainless Steel Infuser Black 22 oz

by TOWA Workshop
Price: $39.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Cast iron construction keeps tea warm for a long time
  • Cast iron tea pot lined with enamel to prevent rusting
  • With removable stainless steel mesh infuser

Product description

BRAND INSTRUCTION
The cast iron kettle, also called TETSUBIN in Japan,which has handreds year of production.TOWA Workshop is one of the traditional workshops of handmade tetsubin.
You will find that use Tetsubin of boiling water, its taste is very different from any other ordinary cooking utensils boiled water, the taste is unique.
According to the Ministry of health in Japan, ordinary people needs about 10 milligrams a day. Using Tetsubin, it provides the ferrous ion for our body, which is easier to absorb. Iron intake helps to improve the immune system, the liver function, and the problem of constipation. Even for those infertility problems, it also helps in some way.

INSTRUCTION BEFORE THE FIRST USE
1.On the fist time, put 5g-10 g loose tea (or lemon) with 70% water into the pot, keep boiling for 10 minutes to get rid of the interior odor of the new Kettle.
2.Then pouring off the water from iron tea pot, and reboiling it with flesh water for 10 minutes. Repeat the step for 2 to 3 times, until the boild water is clear.
Reason: Through the above two steps, it not only to get rid of the odor from the new teapot but also help to prevent it from getting rust. Because the tannins contained in tea and the iron parts dissolved from iron will take a reaction and form a tannins-iron layer inside the cast iron teapot.

MAINTENANCE AND CAUTION
1.Dry it each time after finish using the tetsubin.
2.Do not leave any water in the tetsubin for a long time.
3.Must use lower output or weak fire until entire tetsubin is heated up.
4.Never try to remove spots from inside of tetsubin.
5.Rusted iron is safe for health.
6.Can touch the outside of tetsubin.



Japanese Cast Iron Tea Pot Golden Color (17 oz 500ZGC)

by Shining Image
Price: $16.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Hand cast iron teapot
  • one 17 oz teapot Golden Finish
  • Finished with a porcelain enamel interior

Product description

Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea made from sturdy iron has a matte finish enamel coating on the interior to prevent rusting. The body is cast with a nail head design. Nail head symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Cast ironware heats evenly and retains heat well and is praised worldwide for their beauty, strength, and superb quality. In addition to brewing tea, you can also use this teapot directly on stovetop to heat water.








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Tokoname Master Craftsman - Hokujo (Genji Shimizu)

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Photos: http://goo. gl/k4EMgi Genji Shimizu (artist name Hokujoh) Full member of the Japan Arts Crafts Association Master of traditional Crafts.

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Japanese teapots

Japanese teapots

Published by Kodansha America 1981

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Tokoname pottery makers turn to Russia, see vast market opportunity - The Japan Times

Dealers and producers of Tokoname pottery, one of the six oldest types of potteries in Japan, are turning to Russia to market their teapots. They recently held the first teapot exhibition in Moscow, and sold 30 pieces in two days. They’re eager to gain a strong foothold in Russia’s vast untapped market and woo fans to their brand originating in Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture, before other pottery-producing areas join in. Tokoname teapot artisans Seiho Tsuzuki, 71, and Shoji... Their relationship with Russia began six years ago, when Mizukami became acquainted with a man who runs a culture class in Moscow. They were attending a Japanese tea promotion event in Shizuoka Prefecture. The man liked the earth color tone of Tokoname teapots and has since bought several hundred thousand yen worth of teapots every year. In spring last year they began discussing holding an exhibition and finally managed to achieve their goal. At the exhibition, which was held in the culture class building, the two Aichi artists demonstrated their traditional techniques on the wheel. The exhibition generated ¥1 million in sales. Teapots painted with sakura cherry blossom motifs were particularly popular. Many of the customers were young women who planned to use the teapots to brew all types of tea, including green. Sales of teapots in Japan have been declining amid the decreasing population as well as changing lifestyles. Most pottery centers, including Tokoname, have turned to China in the last few years, targeting the new rich there. Although sales picked up as a result, market prices have been going down as some pieces are being sold online at cut-rate prices. Now the Tokoname pottery industry is focusing on Russia’s potential as a market. “We have almost never heard of Japanese pottery being exported to Russia,” said an official of the Federation of Japan Pottery Manufacturers’ Cooperative Associations based in Nagoya. Mizukami’s exhibition was supported by the Tokoname Chamber of Commerce and Industry as one of its overseas expansion projects. “I was surprised to see their interest in Japanese tea culture even though they are experiencing an economic slump,” Mizukami said. “Russia is a promising market. We want to succeed in Russia before passing the baton to the next generation,” he added. Mizukami is seeking to hold similar teapot exhibitions at public facilities in Russia.

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Tetsubin Amity Teapot - Color: Matte Black

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Amity Teapot 26 oz. capacity Made of specially purified cast iron Symbolic of strength and unity Comfortable handle for easy gripping Great way to boil water for tea coffee cocoa soup and MUCH more Combines traditional Japanese styling and a modern aesthetic

$51.83

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Japanese Cast Iron Tea Pot Black (38 oz 1150YS)

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Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea made from sturdy iron has a matte finish enamel coating on the interior to prevent rusting. The body is cast with a nail head design. Nail head symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Cast ironware heats evenly and retains heat well and is praised worldwide for their beauty, strength, and superb quality. In addition to brewing tea, you can also use this teapot directly on stovetop to heat water.

$29.99

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