Traditional japanese cast-iron teapot
Information on the foundry: communications material The WAZUQU
foundry: tradition and innovation WAZUQU is a traditional Japanese
foundry that has been operating since 1604, based in northern Japan
Teapots made by the WAZUQU foundry are very comfortable to
handle, being on average 25% lither than typical Japanese cast iron
teapots.They have a non drip spout and are composed of 70% recycled
materials, thanks to the artisan expertise perfected over more than
400 years. Sleek and elegant, the Itome teapot features delicate
horizontal lines that recall the harmony of Japanese gardens.
The traditional and elegant Shibo teapot, made by the WAZUQU
foundry, recalls the special texture of silk kimonos. This
brown-colored teapot with black handle is 25% lighter than typical
teapots, and features a non drip spout. Enameled teapot with
stainless- steel filter.
Before using your teapot for the first time, follow the steps
1 – Fill the teapot with boiling water.
2 – Wait for a minute, and then empty out the water.
3 – While the teapot is still warm, wipe the outside with a dry
4 – Repeat this process 3 or 4 times.
5 – Leave the teapot to dry naturally, inside and out, for
about 30 minutes.
To preserve the quality and beauty of your teapot, follow the
1 – After using the teapot, rinse it out with hot water,
avoiding the use of detergents.
2 – Dry the outside of the teapot while it is still warm.
3 – Never use an abrasive sponge to clean your teapot; instead,
wipe it with a soft cloth.
4 – Always leave the inside of the pot to dry with the lid off.
5 – To avoid stains and rings, never leave water or tea in your
teapot for too long.
6 – Before putting your teapot away, be sure that it is
completely dry, inside and out and if possible, store the lid
If you follow this advice, your teapot will remain in excellent
condition and will last a