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Tetsubin - Cast Iron Kettles

Original cast iron Japanese kettles for boiling water for tea and coffee. Handmadein the style of nanbu tekki, with an enamel-free interior. Sourced directly from the market leader Iwachu in Morioka, Japan. German laboratory tested.

Iwachu 岩鋳

High-quality tetsubin from Iwachu, the well-known Nanbu Tekki foundry from Iwate. Ironware from Iwachu has cult status in Japan, where the robust cast iron pieces are known for their outstanding quality and thoughtful designs.
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  1. Iwachu

    14 x 1.8cm


  2. Iwachu

    17.5 x 1.5 cm


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Tetsubin Kyusu

A combination of tetsu kyusu and tetsubin, suitable for both boiling water and brewing tea. The interior features an iron-permeable coating to protect against rust.

Oigen 及源

Fine cast iron tetsubin and coasters by Oigen, a 5th-generation family business from Ōshū, Iwate Prefecture. Oigen has been producing stylish and durable Nanbu Tekki ironware since 1852.
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  3. Oigen

    15.8 x 13.8cm


Suzuki Morihisa

One of the original Nanbu Tekki foundries, Suzuki Morihisa has been creating first-class cast ironware in Morioka since the 17th century, across sixteen generations.
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  5. Suzuki Morihisa

    13.5 x 1.9cm


Satetsu Tetsubin 砂鉄

High-end tetsubins made of precious Japanese ironsand. Very resistant to rust, these whistling kettles feature filigree and are perfect for collectors.
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Koizumi Nizaemon 小泉仁左衛門

Original Tetsubin von Koizumi Nizaemon der 10. Generation, Begründerfamilie des Nanbu Tekki. Vom deutschen Architekten Bruno Taut in den höchsten Tönen gelobte harmonische "Schildkrötenpanzer"-Form mit gerundetem Sechseck. Beschichtet nur mit Naturlack aus lokaler Manufaktur sowie Ohaguro, für optimale Eisendurchlässigkeit.
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A lighter alternative to Tetsubin, the Yakan is a practical and attractive stovetop kettle for the home. Within the tea ceremony Yakan may be used to refill the Mizusashi fresh water container and clean the Chasen whisk.
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