This iron kettle was crafted by the sixth generation.
The term "Houju (Cintamani)" refers to a wish-fulfilling jewel in both Hindu and Buddhist traditions, while "Uma" translates to "horse" in Japanese.
The imagery portrays the iron kettle as a precious jewel, adorned with depictions of two horses traversing a field.
Within Japanese culture, the horse symbolizes prosperity, and these two auspicious symbols conjure notions of happiness.
The Hisago color represents Oitomi's exclusive aging paint technique.
International Shipping Available
All items are eligible for international shipping.
Products are manufactured after receiving orders and will be shipped from Japan in about 1-3 months.
The schedule may be revised depending on destination countries, shipping companies, and changes of customs rules.
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