Cast iron teapots by Hisao Iwashimizu
Hisao Iwashimizu is a rare craftsman whose skill in his craft is complemented by an equally keen sense of design. He creates works in the traditional Japanese craft of nambu tetsu, whose form is understated and minimalist, while exhibiting rich textures and beautiful curves.
The IwashimIzu cast iron teapot has an enameled interior and a stainless steel filter. The teapot is designed for brewing tea only.
This teapot is designed in the shape of an egg, hence the name "Egg" given by its creator.
Egg S cast iron teapots (250ml) 92 euros
Dimensions: Ø 9.2cm x H 14.5cm (handle 4.4cm)
Volume : approx. 250ml
It can hold 2 cups of sencha (green tea).
Egg M cast iron teapots (500ml) 149 euros
Dimensions: Ø 11.5cm x H 18cm (handle 7cm)
Volume : approx. 500ml
It can hold 4 cups of sencha (green tea).
*After use, wash it with warm water and wipe it dry to remove stains. Please keep it dry and in a well-ventilated place.
Made in Japan in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture
Hisao Iwashimizu / KUKAN CHUZO
Né in 1964 Morioka, Iwate, Japan
Received numerous awards and held personal exhibitions. Creates iron objects and iron teapots using traditional techniques. His works connect humans to the heat of iron, eliminate waste and interact with materials. He is always looking for the best shape and new textures of materials.