Nanbu Tekki Iron Kettle pine and crane design

$160.0

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Nanbu Tekki Iron Kettle pine and crane design

Size: Approximately height 14 (cm) Diameter approximately 13.8 (cm)
Full capacity: Approximately 0.55L
Inner enamel finish
Corresponding heat source: Gas fire (IH not possible)

Nanbu Tekki Iron Kettle designed with the auspicious “”pine”” and “”crane”” in Japan.
The inner surface is enamel-processed, so it is easy to clean and even those who are new to iron can easily use it. Comes with a stainless steel tea strainer.
It has a delicate cast surface and a profound taste, and brings out a sense of quality.
The more you use Nanbu Tekki, the more it tastes, so you can use it for a long time.

Japanese traditional craft Nanbu Tekki
It is a traditional Japanese craft that becomes more and more attached to you as you use it. In recent years, Nanbu Tekki is very popular not only in Europe but also overseas such as Asia.
The hot water becomes mellow by extracting iron and removing karuki.

◆ Precautions for use and care
* It takes 5-8 business days from ordering to shipping.
* AS EACH ITEM IS HANDMADE ONE BY ONE, THERE MAY BE SLIGHT DIFFERENCES IN COLOR, SHAPE, AND SIZE.
* DEPENDING ON YOUR DEVICE AND VIEWING ENVIRONMENT, THE COLOR AND TEXTURE OF THE PHOTO MAY LOOK SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT FROM THE ACTUAL ONE.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
* TOKYO TEA GARDEN IS CLOSED ON SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS, AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.
* IN RARE CASES, THE STOCK MAY BE OUT OF STOCK BECAUSE THE STOCK IS SHARED WITH OTHER SALES SITES. IN THAT CASE, WE WILL NOTIFY YOU IMMEDIATELY.
DEPENDING ON THE ORDERED ITEM.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
* TOKYO TEA GARDEN does NOT collect any local duties, taxes or fees on international orders.
For countries that apply sales taxes and / or customs duties (esp. European countries), if applicable, those charges will be payable to local authorities before delivery.

Additional information

Weight 3500 g

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