Traditional black cast iron pancake shaped teapot with bamboo pattern. The Japanese design is very aesthetic, the bamboos arranged in a radius around the lid button continue by covering the body of the kettle. The theme of longevity, and great resistance to hardship (bamboo bends and gets up). The handle is covered with natural hemp fiber by hand.
Traditional tetsubin casting, without coating, high temperature treatment causes an oxide film in natural protective lining against rust, Japanese technique. Its wide flattened pancake shape allows the water to spread out and thus heat up faster and stay hot longer. The water discharges its chlorine ions and recharges itself with iron ions. "The secret of a tea ceremony is above all to have good water that depends on its pot."
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When it comes to health and wellness, the simplest things are not only the most enjoyable, but also the ones that yield the best results. We therefore strive to reconnect men to nature for a better balance in order to better take care of their body which is the temple of their soul.
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