Nambu Ironware, Iron Kettle, GRAPE, 1.8L




The surface is coated with an antirust oxide layer using the traditional technique called kama-yaki (high temperature baking treatment), but as it is cast iron, rust may occur due to moisture and humidity.


Adorned with an intricate motif of grapes, symbolizing bountiful harvests, this iron kettle embodies profound meaning.

In contemporary times, compact iron kettles have surged in popularity, asserting themselves as the favored choice. Yet, in response to discerning requests, we have acknowledged the demand for a larger rendition.

For those seeking a capacious 2L variant, this iron kettle is ardently recommended, as the 1L variant might prove insufficient to accommodate gatherings of friends and family.

Notably, the base has been thoughtfully designed to maintain a flat configuration, enabling seamless compatibility with induction heaters, thereby ensuring effortless utility.


Cast iron, Steel (Handle)

Suitable for all stovetops including induction


Body diameter excluding the spout: approx. 18cm
Body diameter including the spout: approx. 21cm
Height to the handle: approx. 23cm
Full capacity: 1.8L
Weight: approx.2.2kg

Handle: Fixed


When using induction heating, use low to medium heat.
Do not wash with detergent.
Do not wash using a sponge or scrubber.
Wipe off the excess water around the lid and other parts well, as discoloration and rusting can easily occur.
Please note that cooking near this pot may result in oil stains and discoloration due to oil splashes.
If the gas flame reaches the body of the pot, the part is likely to discolor, so be careful not to increase the heat too much.
Used over an open flame, the base will gradually turn white.

To make tea and coffee great

The water boiled in Nambu iron kettle tastes mellow and sweet even when drunk straight.

This is due to the effect of iron leaching into the hot water, but in order for the iron to leach out, the inside cannot be enameled or otherwise treated, and rust is liable to occur.

Nambu ironware is baked using the traditional technique called kama-yaki to produce an oxide layer on the surface. It leads to "rust resistance" and "water quality improvement" and makes tea and coffee taste better.


International Shipping Available

All items are eligible for international shipping.

Items are manufactured after receiving orders and will be shipped from Japan in about 1-2 months(Maximum 3 months for items labeled "made-to-order").
The schedule may be revised depending on destination countries, shipping companies, and changes of customs rules.


About Customs Duties and Taxes

Your final payment on our website includes the price of the product and shipping costs, but does not include any other fees required for international shipping, such as import taxes, customs duties, and other fees.

Please be aware that in all cases you are responsible for paying any import fees applied to your order.

These fees are set in detail for each country and region, and the rules are revised frequently. Please make sure that information is up to date when you place an order.

Refunds due to customs or import issues that are not our responsibility will not be accepted.

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