This kettle is produced in Iwate Prefecture, where cast iron manufacturing has a history of over nine hundred years. At once artful and quiet in form, this piece reinterprets the traditional tetsubin kettle style. Water that is boiled in an iron kettle has a distinctly mellow flavor that pairs ideally with savory Japanese green teas, making this tea kettle the perfect companion for afternoon tea.
Safe to use on inductive-heat stovetops.
Materials: cast iron
Dimensions: Height: 4” Diameter: 7”
Volume: 50 oz
Care: Dry thoroughly after each use. Please note that the iron may rust slightly due to natural oxidization and that the kettle is still completely safe to use. A slight film will appear inside after usage; because it prevents rust, we recommend not scrubbing it off. Using your kettle daily for the first month will solidify that film and maximize the kettle's lifespan.
Made with traditional metal ware techniques, these beautiful spoons are hand hammered with a subtle texture and a rich patina. Use for scooping coffee beans or loose tea.
Materials: brass / nickel
Dimensions: Length: 3½" Diameter: 2" Depth: ¾"
Care: Hand wash with a soft sponge and dry immediately after use.
The Chanoki teapot contains a layer of mesh for straining loose leaf tea, designed to produce a full-flavored tea. The handle is hollow for an easy, no-burn pick-up. Makes individual cups of tea for optimal flavor.
About Banko Yaki Ceramics
Based in the Mie Prefecture, the art of Banko Yaki is a traditional ceramic technique that is entrenched with Japanese culture. Dating back to the 18th century, Banko Yaki ceramics offer unique heat resistance and a beautiful but practical composition in muted, earthy colors. These pieces continue to honor an ancient art in a modern world by reshaping the past to fit the needs of the future.
Materials: Clay, Stainless Steel
Dimensions: Height: 2” Diameter: 3” Handle: 5½”
Care: Not dishwasher, microwave or stovetop safe. Rinse thoroughly with water only (no sponge or scrubber), then dry thoroughly.
Made from a mixture ofclay minerals, the Hasami Teapot has an earthy, coarse texture that is that is both rough and refined. Designed for the artful home, this teapot serves up your favorite brews with a rustic sensibility.
Hasami Porcelain is molded by hand and rendered with an organic, almost primitive texture. The collection is modular by design; mugs, plates, and bowls all share the same diameter, allowing for easy stacking for storage or display. Inspiration for its stacking mechanism comes from tiered boxes used in Japanese cuisine, now repurposed for modern living. Hasami Porcelain pieces are hand-made in Hasami, Nagasaki, where ceramics have been the main craft industry for the past 400 years.
Dimensions: Height: 4" Diameter: 6"
Care: Dishwasher and microwave safe. Not stove top safe.