Sakura Nambu Ironware Cast Iron Kettle

USD $242

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This is a cast iron kettle made of Nambu ironware in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture in the Tohoku region. It has a Sakura pattern all over the upper part and the lid of the kettle. Handle can not be folded down.

The cherry blossom design is a common design used in Nambu ironware, and is a reference to the fact that the birthplace of Nambu ironware was once known for its beautiful cherry blossoms.

Nambu Ironware is made of pure iron of the highest quality, and water boiled in the kettle will contain iron that is good for your health, so it is recommended for people who want to take iron supplements naturally as well.

Also, taste of water boiled in a Nambu Ironware kettle will be milder, so you can enjoy Japanese tea at its best quality. We highly recommend the kettle when enjoying matcha or green tea.

After each use, just be sure to transfer or discard all remaining hot water inside of the kettle. There is no need to wash it with detergent, but if the kettle cools down with water in it, it can cause rusting. Then, take off the lid and dry with the residual heat of the kettle or over low heat.

Even if red rust occurs on the inside of a Nambu ironware kettle, it is not harmful to your health. You can use the kettle as is as long as the metallic smell does not bother you.

The charm of Nambu ironware is that it can be used for decades, sometimes for generations. Please use it in your daily life and enjoy the changes it undergoes over time.


  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 19.5cm(7.7in) x H19.5cm(7.7in)*including handle x H11.5cm(4.5in)
  • Capacity: 1.4L(47oz)
  • Material: Cast Iron
  • Origin: Made in Japan

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