Tea pot Hiratsubo / L
As Tea Ceremony is one of the representative cultures of Japan, this pot interprets the traditional technique of ""tea ceremony kettle"" production in design to fit today’s lifestyle. The surface streaks and sandy skin are created with the traditional loam molding technique which represents the production of tea ceremony kettle. The beauty of sand casting is a major feature of Japanese casting ware.
Iron casting retains heat well that keeps tea warm.
*Not on direct fire
*Not for IH
*Not for microwave oven
*Not for dishwasher
*At the beginning of use, rinse lightly with warm water.
*It may make a heat stamp by sitting directly on the table, use of dishmat is recommended.
*After use, wash the inside with a sponge. Avoid steel scrubbing, cleansers, etc., as they may damage the surface.
Wipe off moisture on the outside, pouring spout, the connecting area of the lid and body with a dry cloth, and let it dry well to the inside, and keep in a well-ventilated place.
|Place of origin||Yamagata, Japan|
|Dimensions||170 x 210 x 180 mm|
|Material||Tea pot: cast iron(inside enamelling),
Tea strainer: stainless steel
*Depending on the shooting environment / display etc., it may differ slightly from the actual color.
*All the products are handmade by traditional craftsmen. Please enjoy the differeice of each product.