Characterized by its distinctive coloring and textured surface, this teapot's unique look has a stylish yet cozy feel. Its sophisticated design that seamlessly blends into Japanese aesthetics and modern lifestyles enhances both Japanese and Western-style interiors, and various occasions from everyday use to special celebrations. Ideal for those with discerning tastes seeking the highest quality, this teapot is perfect when hosting friends, relaxing with family, or even savoring me-time. Enjoy this teapot carefully made by craftsmen and finished with a refined sensibility for years to come.
Stainless steel best suited for everyday use
Made of durable stainless steel, this teapot is ideal for everyday use. With its thin spout, the flow of hot water feels neat and light. Stainless steel is easy to clean and odors don't cling easily, allowing you to brew delicious tea anytime.
Traditional coloring techniques that create vivid colors
The teapot's vivid color was achieved by developing traditional Japanese coloring techniques with a 400-year history. Its stainless steel surface is plated with copper which has a unique texture that lends itself to vibrant colors.
An ideal gift
Perfect as a gift for tea lovers who can't wait for teatime. How about giving this teapot to those near and dear to you to brighten up their day?
- Size: 140×110×96 mm
- Weight: 260g
- Capacity: 500ml
- Material: Stainless
- Surface: Copper
- Made in Japan
Factory: Artisan (Niigata Prefecture)
*Not allowed to use for Microwave, Oven and Dishwasher
Beautiful metal tableware created using traditional techniques
Harnessing the town's history and developing its traditions, craftsmen have broken new ground in coloring techniques, resulting in one-of-a-kind colors and textures evident in their products with an artistic depth and flavor. Fine-tuning traditional coloring techniques, they have succeeded in applying color to copper plating measuring less than 1 millimeter in thickness which has been impossible until now.
Takaoka A Town of Japan Heritage
Takaoka City, in Toyama Prefecture, has known for over 400 years as a major center for production of castings, including copperware.