Nambu Tekki Cast Iron
The Nambu “tekki” iron kettle which is especially famous and popular, was originally made as a smaller, improved version of the tea kettle in the 18th century. It triggered an increase in the recognition of Nambu ironware in the public eye, and in 1975, it was certified as a Traditional Craftwork of Japan.
Today Iwachu remains is one of the most respected ironware brands in Japan, and the company produces over 1,000,000 products annually. A beautiful selection of Iwachu cast iron teapots.