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Ikenaga tetu Nambu Cast Iron Tetsukyusu Teapot

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Product Information

  • Brand:Ikenaga
  • Material:Cast iron (enamel coating), walnut wood
  • Product type:Kyusu Teapot
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):152 x 140 x 120 mm
  • Capacity (approx):560 ml
  • Item weight (approx):1100 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):1600 g

Key Features

  • This is a Kyusu teapot made with green sand casting method of Nambu ironware.
  • With a good functionality, it is easy to stop water coming from the spout.
  • It is designed by Makoto Koizumi, a renown furniture designer.
  • It comes with a stainless steel tea strainer.

Use & Care

  • Wash it in water before first use.
  • Do not put it over open fire, or it will crack.
  • Wash the inside with a sponge after use. Do not use abrasive agents or metal scourer, which will damage the enamel surface.
  • Drain and wipe off water thoroughly and store it in a non-humid place.


Ikenaga Iron Works Co., Ltd., located in Osaka, is a manufacturer of casting molds, etc. One of their long-seller products, "SWAN" is a shaved ice machine that was first manufactured in 1950 and is popular for high quality and retro design. Other than this, they have a lineup of modern stylish products integrated with traditional knowhow