Japanese cast iron teapot from Japan, FUJISANSUI, 0,3lt


New product

Japanese blue cast iron teapot from Japan, KAORI, 0,3lt

More details

shipped within 1 to 2 working days

  • made in Japan

57,50 €

Data sheet

Capacity0,3 lt
CompositionCast Iron
PackingPackaged in a cardboard box
Product originmade in Japan
FilterMetal filter removable basket

More info

sold with a metal filter

Cast iron retains heat longer than other materials without spreading to the handle. All enthusiasts say it, a cast iron vessel is the best material for preparing and brewing tea.

How to use a cast iron vessel

How to make the best use of your teapot?
1. Before using for the first time:
- clean your teapot thoroughly with very hot water
. - dry the inside and outside of your teapot with a dry cloth while it is still hot - then let the inside dry thoroughly
. 2. When using the teapot, always pay attention to the following points:
Never heat the teapot directly on the inside. - never heat the teapot directly over a naked flame
. - if you use a hotplate, keep the temperature low
. - never place your teapot in the microwave
. - never use detergents to clean your teapot, only clean water
. - always remove any tea or water remaining in the teapot and dry it thoroughly after each use
. - always wipe the outside of your teapot with a dry cloth while it is still hot
. - avoid contact with salt or oil - never cool the teapot suddenly while it is still hot - the inside of the teapot is enamelled. So be sure to choose cookware that will not scratch the enamel. By following these tips, you can enjoy your teapot for a long time.


No customer reviews for the moment.

Write a review