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Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, rolled omelette that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sushi. The ...curved shape of this tamagoyaki pan makes rolling the omelette easier, and the nonstick surface ensures a perfect looking omelette every time. Unlike most tamagoyaki pans, the handle of this pan is attached at a 90 degree angle, making usage less awkward. Spatula included. read more

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Cook fluffy, glistening rice in this earthen pot. In addition to cooking plain rice, this pot is great for making rice with variou...s ingredients, known in Japan as "takikomi guan". Recipes for takikomi guan usually begin with a light dashy broth used as the cooking liquid in place of water and can include scant amounts of soy sauce, miring and sake for additional flavoring. Vegetable and meat ingredients are then added. Some of the more popular takikomi dishes include Matsu take guan (Matsu take mushroom rice), tai mesh (rice with sea bream fish) and gomoku guan (rice with a combination of five ingredients). The pot has an inner lid which creates extra pressure and steam and helps to prevent messy spill-over while the rice is cooking. read more

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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks? This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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This stainless steel grater with well is perfect for prepping such items such as daikon radish, ginger, and wasabi. Since the smal...l, sharp teeth yield a very fine grate, it can also be used for hard cheeses and zesting citrus rind. read more

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This stainless steel grater with well is perfect for prepping such items such as daikon radish, ginger, and wasabi. Since the smal...l, sharp teeth yield a very fine grate, it can also be used for hard cheeses and zesting citrus rind. read more

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The wasabi rhizome, a short root-like stem, has flesh that is very dense but quite fragile. As a result, graters made of metal are... not fine enough to grate wasabi into a fine paste and end up tearing and destroying the flesh of the root without coaxing much flavor. Ceramic ginger graters as well are often not abrasive or fine enough to grate the root into a paste. In Japan, chefs use a traditional specialty grater with a surface made of shark skin. The fine, sandpaper-like texture of shark skin is the perfect abrasive surface for making a fine wasabi paste without damaging the flesh and cells of the root. The surface of this ceramic grater is specially crafted to simulate the abrasive qualities of a traditional samegawa shark skin grater. It grates wasabi into a perfect paste, revealing texture and flavor from the wasabi root unachievable when using standard graters. The trapezoidal, paddle-like design is cleverly fashioned after a traditional samegawa grater. The grater works equally well with ginger, garlic and other root vegetables. Shark friendly and dishwasher safe. read more

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This combination grater and spoon is the perfect utensil for making ginger tea. The grater is just the right size for preparing a ...small amount of ginger, which can then be used as a spoon to stir the ingredient and other ingredients as well, into the tea. Stainless steel. Grating surface is approximately 1-1/4 x 3/4 inch. read more

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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The red and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a bright, modern feel. Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The black, brushed look of the pot is a classic Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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Cast iron is not only durable, but will also keep your tea warmer due to its ability to retain heat. This cast iron teapot, or tet...subin, is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has long been the center of ironware production in Japan, thanks to the abundance of high quality raw materials available in the area. The dragonfly design on this pot is finished an antiqued brown color. The twists in the top of the handle add a nice design detail. Brew an exceptional cup of tea using this authentic Japanese tetsubin. read more

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Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The gold and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a rich feel. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The red and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a bright, modern feel. Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The design on this pot is called "sensuji" or "1,000 lines" after the many precisely crafted vertical lines adorning the exterior of the pot. The pot is accented with a gold and black finish. This pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. Stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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Cast iron is not only durable, but will also keep your tea warmer due to its ability to retain heat. This cast iron teapot, or tet...subin, is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has long been the center of ironware production in Japan, thanks to the abundance of high quality raw materials available in the area. The gourd and leaf design on this pot is finished an antiqued brown color. The twists in the top of the handle add a nice design detail. Brew an exceptional cup of tea using this authentic Japanese tetsubin. read more

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Japanese kitchen knives are made in an array of shapes to suit specific uses. Made to time-honored standards and exacting detail, ...this knife set offers two of the most commonly used shapes. The banno knife has a curved edge, perfect for slicing meat and fish. The nakiri knife has a thin, rectangular blade, perfect for cutting vegetables. read more

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A Japanese santoku knife is the tool of choice when an all-purpose cutting tool is needed. A santoku knife is the closest to the w...estern equivalent of a chef's knife and is very capable as a do-it-all knife for meat, fish and vegetables. The high-carbon SK-5 steel used in this knife ensures the perfect balance between durability and its ability to hold a very sharp edge. read more

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Sword making history in Japan dates back over 1,000 years, when master sword smiths practiced their craft making weapons for warri...ors. Modern Japanese kitchen knives are a descendant of these renowned swords, as evidenced in the details, ideals and spirit that have been passed down through generations that go into each tool. This particular knife has a santoku shape. Santoku shaped knives have a flatter cutting edge than a traditional western chef's knife, with very little upward curve at the tip. Therefore, this knife excels at tasks that require a single downward cut rather than a rocking motion, making it a good choice for prep work such as slicing, dicing and mincing. read more

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This donabe "hot pot" is made in Japan. The design is an ivory base with black crackle pattern. This earthenware vessel is used to... make "nabemono" in Japan, a warming one-pot meal popular during the winter. Traditionally, a portable stove is placed in the center of table, and the pot is filled with broth and ingredients. There are many different variations of nabemono. Broths can be as simple as water flavored with a little bit of dried kelp, to more assertive flavors made with chicken and miso. Once the broth is made, ingredients are added. Ingredients often include seafood, poultry, pork, vegetables, tofu, and udon. Nabemono is meant to be eaten as a communal meal, where diners sit around the table and pick food directly from the pot. read more

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This donabe "hot pot" is made in Japan. The design is an ivory base with black crackle pattern. This earthenware vessel is used to... make "nabemono" in Japan, a warming one-pot meal popular during the winter. Traditionally, a portable stove is placed in the center of table, and the pot is filled with broth and ingredients. There are many different variations of nabemono. Broths can be as simple as water flavored with a little bit of dried kelp, to more assertive flavors made with chicken and miso. Once the broth is made, ingredients are added. Ingredients often include seafood, poultry, pork, vegetables, tofu, and udon. Nabemono is meant to be eaten as a communal meal, where diners sit around the table and pick food directly from the pot. read more

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Yukihira pans evolved from metal cookware that was introduced to Japan in the Meiji era in the late 19th century. Traditionally, y...ukihira pans are made from sheets of hammered aluminum. The dimples that result from the hammering are the signature feature of a yukihira pan's appearance and also prevent food from sticking and burning. As a result of its utilitarian design as well as its simple but pleasing aesthetics, yukihira pans are one of the most widely used cookware vessels found in home and commercial kitchens across Japan. This yukihira pan is an evolution of traditional yukihira pans. By using stainless steel instead of aluminum, it increases the durability of the pan and also allows for compatibility with Induction Heat (IH) cooktops. Two spouts allow for pouring from either side of the pan. The pan is 8-Inch in diameter and has a capacity of approximately 64 ounces. There are markings on the inside of the pan of 800, 1200 and 1600 milliliters. read more

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Cook fluffy, glistening rice in this earthen pot. In addition to cooking plain rice, this pot is great for making rice with variou...s ingredients, known in Japan as "takikomi gohan". Recipes for takikomi gohan usually begin with a light dashi broth used as the cooking liquid in place of water and can include scant amounts of soy sauce, mirin and sake for additional flavoring. Vegetable and meat ingredients are then added. Some of the more popular takikomi dishes include matsutake gohan (matsutake mushroom rice), tai meshi (rice with sea bream fish) and gomoku gohan (rice with a combination of five ingredients). The pot has an inner lid which creates extra pressure and steam and helps to prevent messy spill-over while the rice is cooking. read more

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This donabe "hot pot" is made in Japan. The design is an ivory base with black crackle pattern. This earthenware vessel is used to... make "nabemono" in Japan, a warming one-pot meal popular during the winter. Traditionally, a portable stove is placed in the center of table, and the pot is filled with broth and ingredients. There are many different variations of nabemono. Broths can be as simple as water flavored with a little bit of dried kelp, to more assertive flavors made with chicken and miso. Once the broth is made, ingredients are added. Ingredients often include seafood, poultry, pork, vegetables, tofu, and udon. Nabemono is meant to be eaten as a communal meal, where diners sit around the table and pick food directly from the pot. read more

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$4.50
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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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$75.00
at Amazon

Cook fluffy, glistening rice in this earthen pot. In addition to cooking plain rice, this pot is great for making rice with variou...s ingredients, known in Japan as "takikomi guan". Recipes for takikomi guan usually begin with a light dashy broth used as the cooking liquid in place of water and can include scant amounts of soy sauce, miring and sake for additional flavoring. Vegetable and meat ingredients are then added. Some of the more popular takikomi dishes include Matsu take guan (Matsu take mushroom rice), tai mesh (rice with sea bream fish) and gomoku guan (rice with a combination of five ingredients). The pot has an inner lid which creates extra pressure and steam and helps to prevent messy spill-over while the rice is cooking. read more

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$11.95-$14.29
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This stainless steel grater with well is perfect for prepping such items such as daikon radish, ginger, and wasabi. Since the smal...l, sharp teeth yield a very fine grate, it can also be used for hard cheeses and zesting citrus rind. read more

Kotobuki
$100.00
at Amazon

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The gold and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a rich feel. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$100.00
at Amazon

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The copper and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a sophisticated feel. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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$5.50
at Amazon

Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks? This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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$35.00
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Make your own cool desserts with this cute penguin shave ice machine. Simply load the hopper, screw on the top and turn the handle.... An ice mold that creates a round piece of ice that fits perfectly inside the hopper is included, but regular ice cubes can be used as well. read more

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$13.33-$15.14
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This pair of tongs stands on its end thanks to a weighted handle. Since the end of the handle is slightly curved, the tongs amusin...gly swing and sway without falling over. read more

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$6.95
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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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$6.95
at Amazon

Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

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$3.50
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Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

Kotobuki
$5.30
at Amazon

Have you ever wished you had an extra set of fingers when eating greasy potato chips and snacks. This pair of tongs solves that pr...oblem. The tongs are made especially to allow for mess-free snacking when multi-tasking. Never have a dirty, greasy keyboard, game controller, or remote control again! The tongs have ribbing on the tip to prevent slipping and the sides have a nub to prevent the dirty tips from contacting the surface of the table when you put them down. The tongs are sturdy enough to easily pick up chips and other snacks, but flexible enough that no matter how firmly you pinch the tongs, the chip will not break. read more

Kotobuki
$90.00
at Amazon

Cast iron is not only durable, but will also keep your tea warmer due to its ability to retain heat. This cast iron teapot, or tet...subin, is made by artisans in Iwate prefecture in Japan. Iwate prefecture has long been the center of ironware production in Japan, thanks to the abundance of high quality raw materials available in the area. The dragonfly design on this pot is finished an antiqued brown color. The twists in the top of the handle add a nice design detail. Brew an exceptional cup of tea using this authentic Japanese tetsubin. read more

Kotobuki
$100.00
at Amazon

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The red and black brushed finish of the pot is gives it a bright, modern feel. Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. stovetop use is not recommended. read more

Kotobuki
$67.50
at Amazon

A Japanese santoku knife is the tool of choice when an all-purpose cutting tool is needed. A santoku knife is the closest to the w...estern equivalent of a chef's knife and is very capable as a do-it-all knife for meat, fish and vegetables. The high-carbon SK-5 steel used in this knife ensures the perfect balance between durability and its ability to hold a very sharp edge. read more

Kotobuki
$30.00
at Amazon

Japanese kitchen knives are made in an array of shapes to suit specific uses. Made to time-honored standards and exacting detail, ...this knife set offers two of the most commonly used shapes. The banno knife has a curved edge, perfect for slicing meat and fish. The nakiri knife has a thin, rectangular blade, perfect for cutting vegetables. read more

Kotobuki
$4.95
at Amazon

This combination grater and spoon is the perfect utensil for making ginger tea. The grater is just the right size for preparing a ...small amount of ginger, which can then be used as a spoon to stir the ingredient and other ingredients as well, into the tea. Stainless steel. Grating surface is approximately 1-1/4 x 3/4 inch. read more

Kotobuki
$100.00
at Amazon

Japanese tetsubin (iron teapots) evolved from larger vessels used centuries ago to heat water for tea and provide warmth and humid...ity in the home during the winter. The shape of this pot is fashioned after a traditional Japanese lacquer tea caddy, whose shape resembles that of a jujube fruit. The silver and turquoise brushed look of the pot is a classic Japanese cast iron finish. The pot is crafted in Iwate prefecture, a region that has been producing ironware for over 400 years. Since the pot has a coated interior to prevent rust, it is perfect for infusing any type of tea. Stovetop use is not recommended. read more

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