Teapot White Ink Penetration
It's shaped like a teapot you see in England, but it's a little smaller. It looks like a Chinese teapot, but it's a little big for that. The size is about the size of a small Japanese teapot.
A teapot with such a sense of statelessness.
The tea strainer This tea strainer is of the do-hole type (a hole is drilled directly into the body of the teapot). You can enjoy tea without the metal such as stainless steel. Suitable for brewing Chinese tea, black tea and coarse green tea. You can also use it as a sake cup.
Sumi-kannyu is made by infiltrating ink into cracks in the glaze called kannyu. At the beginning of use, there may be a rare piercing sound, but this is not a problem. As you use it, the color of the tea will gradually seep into the penetrating part. Please enjoy the secular change.
The capacity is about 300cc, and it feels like a slightly smaller teapot.
This teapot is Originally started by Totsuchiya, it is now produced by Nankei Pottery, a kiln that mainly makes teapots. Banko-yaki from Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, is popular for making teapots that are lightly and hard baked using unique highly viscous clay.
Maximum width 15.3 cm x diameter 9.5 cm x height 9.3 cm
Large hot water only: about 2 to 3 cups
Small hot water only: about 4 to 5 cups
[Handling and care]
・Do not put it on an open flame.
・When washing in a dishwasher, it may be damaged depending on the usage conditions. We recommend hand washing separately.
・Rinse the tea waste quickly with water or hot water, drain well and dry. It is more hygienic to dry it in the sun from time to time.
*Frequently Asked Questions/Supplementary Comments*
・How to pour: If you tilt it suddenly, hot water may spill out from around the lid. Start pouring at a gentle angle and tilt slowly.
・You can see different colors, shapes, and related products of the same series from the # list below the "Add to Cart" button.