Tokoname Teapot Black

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$38

1 in stock (can be backordered)

Description
Tokoname dates back to the 12th century and is located in northern Japan (Aichi). It has a great reputation for its clay quality. This modern looking teapot is typical size for two servings. The mesh is directly carved into the pot.

Height (with lid): 8cm / 3.14 inches 
Diameter: 10cm / 3,93 inches 
Contains: 320ml / 10.82 oz

 

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Tokoname Teapot Black

$38

1 in stock (can be backordered)

Description
Tokoname dates back to the 12th century and is located in northern Japan (Aichi). It has a great reputation for its clay quality. This modern looking teapot is typical size for two servings. The mesh is directly carved into the pot.

Height (with lid): 8cm / 3.14 inches 
Diameter: 10cm / 3,93 inches 
Contains: 320ml / 10.82 oz

 

Reviews

  1. chappellnetwork (verified owner)

    Absolutely beautiful handcrafted Tokoname teapot. The size is just perfect to make tea for two. It’s very lightweight and feels very premium. I love how the mesh is integrated into the pot itself and is made of clay as opposed to a cheap metal screen. This is my new go to teapot. Perfect for brewing all sorts of green teas and very easy to clean. I would highly recommend. Shipping was fast and the pot was packaged nicely to protect it from breaking. Love it!

  2. Erik Parker (verified owner)

    Beautiful teapot! Perfect size for one or two. Deep brown/black color in matte finish. Very lightweight and functional. Use this daily now for my green teas.

  3. Ann (verified owner)

    I have very many kyusu, but I know that this one will soon be one of my favourites since its nice and lightweight, and with a nice practical volume for serving me and my husband some japanese greens.

  4. Mikhail Usachev (verified owner)

    The teapot is quite nice and grippy. Though the draining time seems a little bit long comparing with other teapots, what I also like is that I can put it in a cup nose down without the top and let the tea drain until the last drop.

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