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  1. Nambu Iron Kettle Hiramaru Arare (Black) Iron Lid 1.2L

    Nambu Iron Kettle Hiramaru Arare (Black) Iron Lid 1.2L

    Nambu ironware owes its refined form to the traditional Japanese aesthetical concepts of wabi and sabi, which stress the beauty in simpleness and imperfection, an aesthetic ideal also sought after in the tea ceremony. The particular hailstone (Arare) pattern is thickening the body and enhancing the ironware's ability to prolong the prevention of temperature loss. Different than normal ironware, Nambu ironwares are said to have a positive effect on the users health. The water boiled in a Nambu tea kettle will give off a mild yet pleasant taste and the overall quality of the water will also become better with each repeated use. The boiled water of a Nambu tea kettle also contributes to an efficient iron supplementation. As most Nambu tea kettles do not have a vent in the lid to let steam escape, it is recommended to place the lid slightly off enabling the steam to come out. A completely closed lid results in inner pressure, which might cause ejection of hot water from the spout of the kettle. It is also advised to grab the handle with a piece of cloth when pouring hot water from the kettle, as well as firmly attaching the lid on the kettle when doing so, in order to prevent burns. For a safe use of Nambu tea kettle a water capacity of 80% and below is recommended. Learn More
  2. Nambu Iron Kettle Hiramaru Arare (Black) Copper Lid 1.2L

    Nambu Iron Kettle Hiramaru Arare (Black) Copper Lid 1.2L

    Nambu ironware owes its refined form to the traditional Japanese aesthetical concepts of wabi and sabi, which stress the beauty in simpleness and imperfection, an aesthetic ideal also sought after in the tea ceremony. The particular hailstone (Arare) pattern is thickening the body and enhancing the ironware's ability to prolong the prevention of temperature loss. Different than normal ironware, Nambu ironwares are said to have a positive effect on the users health. The water boiled in a Nambu tea kettle will give off a mild yet pleasant taste and the overall quality of the water will also become better with each repeated use. The boiled water of a Nambu tea kettle also contributes to an efficient iron supplementation. As most Nambu tea kettles do not have a vent in the lid to let steam escape, it is recommended to place the lid slightly off enabling the steam to come out. A completely closed lid results in inner pressure, which might cause ejection of hot water from the spout of the kettle. It is also advised to grab the handle with a piece of cloth when pouring hot water from the kettle, as well as firmly attaching the lid on the kettle when doing so, in order to prevent burns. For a safe use of Nambu tea kettle a water capacity of 80% and below is recommended. Learn More
  3. Nanbu Iron Kettle Botan flower 1.8L - 南部鉄瓶 ぼたん 1.8L

    Nanbu Iron Kettle Botan flower 1.8L - 南部鉄瓶 ぼたん 1.8L

    This handcrafted traditional japanese iron kettle with its unique wabi-sabi style is a product of rare beauty. Botan is a name of plant that blooms big flower. Its beautiful withering color expresses the rustic simplicity of japanese art. The water boiled in this Nanbu Iron kettle has excellent taste, for the kettle would remove unpleasant smell from the water such as chrorine smell. You can take in good quality iron from the water boiled with this kettle, because the Iron melted from this kettle is called 'Fe2+, which is considered to be highly effective in correcting elevated oxidative status. The inside of the Kettle goes through a traditional quenching process to create a layer that helps to avoid and slow down rusting of the body. (Some kettle has special coating on inner side) That layer may gets accidentary peeled off, but it does not have bad effect of human body. Rusting may appear in the form of red coloring on the inner wall or dots on body, but it is unavoidable since it is a characteristic of the ironware. You can continue using it as long as the rusting doesn't affect the taste of water. The most of our Kettle doesn't have hole on the lid, so when in use please place the lid slightly off to make a space to let steam out. *WARNING* If you completely close the lid when the kettle is on fire, inner pressure of steam may cause ejecting of hot water from the spout of the kettle. Grab the handle with piece of cloth when you pour hot water from the kettle. Attach the lid on the kettle firmly to avoid letting lid fall off, which would result in exposing your hand to hot steam. DO NOT fill the water to its maximum capacity: water will be boiling over and it is dangerous. About 80% of maximum capacity or below is recommended for safe use. DO NOT leave water inside the kettle when not in use. It would cause quick rusting of the product. DO NOT put the kettle on the fire WITHOUT water. It will damage the kettle, resulting in quick rusting of the product. Learn More
  4. Nanbu Iron Kettle Ryuo (Dragon King) 0.8L - 南部鉄瓶 龍王 0.8L

    Nanbu Iron Kettle Ryuo (Dragon King) 0.8L - 南部鉄瓶 龍王 0.8L

    This handcrafted traditional japanese iron kettle with its unique wabi-sabi style is a product of rare beauty. Dragon is said to have divine power of flying, and they are considered to represent incoming good fortune. Its beautiful withering color expresses the rustic simplicity of japanese art. The water boiled in this Nanbu Iron kettle has excellent taste, for the kettle would remove unpleasant smell from the water such as chrorine smell. You can take in good quality iron from the water boiled with this kettle, because the Iron melted from this kettle is called 'Fe2+, which is considered to be highly effective in correcting elevated oxidative status. The inside of the Kettle goes through a traditional quenching process to create a layer that helps to avoid and slow down rusting of the body. (Some kettle has special coating on inner side) That layer may gets accidentary peeled off, but it does not have bad effect of human body. Rusting may appear in the form of red coloring on the inner wall or dots on body, but it is unavoidable since it is a characteristic of the ironware. You can continue using it as long as the rusting doesn't affect the taste of water. The most of our Kettle doesn't have hole on the lid, so when in use please place the lid slightly off to make a space to let steam out. *WARNING* If you completely close the lid when the kettle is on fire, inner pressure of steam may cause ejecting of hot water from the spout of the kettle. Grab the handle with piece of cloth when you pour hot water from the kettle. Attach the lid on the kettle firmly to avoid letting lid fall off, which would result in exposing your hand to hot steam. DO NOT fill the water to its maximum capacity: water will be boiling over and it is dangerous. About 80% of maximum capacity or below is recommended for safe use. DO NOT leave water inside the kettle when not in use. It would cause quick rusting of the product. DO NOT put the kettle on the fire WITHOUT water. It will damage the kettle, resulting in quick rusting of the product. Learn More
  5. Nanbu Iron Kettle Haruzakura 1.8L - 南部鉄瓶 春桜 1.8L

    Nanbu Iron Kettle Haruzakura 1.8L - 南部鉄瓶 春桜 1.8L

    This handcrafted traditional japanese iron kettle with its unique wabi-sabi style is a product of rare beauty. It has beautiful Sakura motif all over on its surface. Its beautiful withering color expresses the rustic simplicity of japanese art. The water boiled in this Nanbu Iron kettle has excellent taste, for the kettle would remove unpleasant smell from the water such as chrorine smell. You can take in good quality iron from the water boiled with this kettle, because the Iron melted from this kettle is called 'Fe2+, which is considered to be highly effective in correcting elevated oxidative status. The inside of the Kettle goes through a traditional quenching process to create a layer that helps to avoid and slow down rusting of the body. (Some kettle has special coating on inner side) That layer may gets accidentary peeled off, but it does not have bad effect of human body. Rusting may appear in the form of red coloring on the inner wall or dots on body, but it is unavoidable since it is a characteristic of the ironware. You can continue using it as long as the rusting doesn't affect the taste of water. The most of our Kettle doesn't have hole on the lid, so when in use please place the lid slightly off to make a space to let steam out. *WARNING* If you completely close the lid when the kettle is on fire, inner pressure of steam may cause ejecting of hot water from the spout of the kettle. Grab the handle with piece of cloth when you pour hot water from the kettle. Attach the lid on the kettle firmly to avoid letting lid fall off, which would result in exposing your hand to hot steam. DO NOT fill the water to its maximum capacity: water will be boiling over and it is dangerous. About 80% of maximum capacity or below is recommended for safe use. DO NOT leave water inside the kettle when not in use. It would cause quick rusting of the product. DO NOT put the kettle on the fire WITHOUT water. It will damage the kettle, resulting in quick rusting of the product. Learn More