IWACHU

Japanese cast iron teapots and works

The cast iron culture in Morioka, Japan grew thanks to the popularity of tea ceremony during the Edo period. Local craftsmen improved their know-how and their teapots got famous all around the country. Since its creation in 1905, Iwachu is committing to making products suitable for a modern lifestyle and at the same time, to preserving a 400-year-old tradition. Today, this family-run company offers a large range of items including not only cast iron teapots, but also kitchenware, furin bells and other decorative articles.

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  • NIPPON KODO EUROPE
    32, rue des Francs-Bourgeois
    75003 Paris
    France
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    https://iwachu.co.jp

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