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  • Japanese cast iron teapot - Tableware
  • Japanese cast iron teapot - Tableware
  • Japanese cast iron teapot - Tableware
  • Japanese cast iron teapot - Tableware

Japanese cast iron teapot

€55.00
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Isn't it a beauty, this Japanese cast iron teapot?

Both the teapot and the lid are beautifully decorated with blossom branches in golden, white and green colours. The lid is finished with a beautiful gold-colored bird figure.

The handle is high and finished with rope fittings so that the heat of the hot teapot cannot burn your hands.

This Japanese teapot has a removable stainless steel tea filter in which the loose tea can be put. The inside of the teapot is enamelled to prevent rusting.

The content is 1 litre.

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What is the advantage of a Japanese cast iron teapot?

The great advantage of a Japanese cast iron teapot is the fact that the tea stays warm in it for an extra long time.

How do I maintain a Japanese cast iron teapot?

By following the tips below, you will be able to enjoy your Japanese cast iron teapot for a long time to come:

  • Do not leave water in the teapot after using the teapot.
  • Do not heat water in the teapot. This can damage and crack the enamel.
  • Always rinse the tea with a warm water after use. Then dry both the outside and the inside of the teapot thoroughly.
  • After cleaning, place the teapot on a clean cloth and let it rest for a while, leaving the lid off. 
  • Never use soap for cleaning and also avoid using salt
  • Never put the cast iron teapot in a dishwasher

Can my Japanese cast iron teapot rust?

It is possible that a Japanese cast iron teapot will show rust. This is ok. The teapot can be used normally. If you still want to remove the rust, you can do that by brushing the rust with a soft brush. Then fill the pot with boiling water and add loose tea leaves. Then let it stand for about 20 minutes. Take out the tea and rinse the pot with warm water. Because the tannic acid in the tea reacts to the rust, the rust is naturally sealed and the development of new rust is prevented.

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