JAPANESE STYLE TEAPOTS

Japanese teapots are known as Kyusu and can be broadly split into 3 groups. 'Yokode', which has a handle on the side of the teapot, 'Atode' with a handle at the back, like most European types and 'Uwade', with a handle above the teapot. We have a great selection of all three to offer.

  1. £25.00
    This elegantly shaped teapot is both rustic and contemporary due to the craftmanship it is made with. The teapot is coloured with a light mint green, slightly mottled matt glaze, holds 700ml and is made of porcelain. It has a metal handle in the traditional oriental style. It has a removable stainless steel infuser.
  2. £37.00
    Kyusu teapots, meaning side handed teapot, are specially designed for the preparation of green tea. The hand-crafted pots are equipped with a stainless steel strainer which has also been specially developed for the preparation of green tea. This beautiful pastel-green coloured matt glazed teapot holds 600ml and is made of porcelain. Due to being made by hand deviations in form and colour are completely normal and an indication of genuine craftsmanship.
  3. £23.00
    This jug shaped teapot is both rustic and contemporary due to the craftmanship it is made with. The teapot is coloured with an intense pine green, slightly matt glaze, holds 400ml and is made of porcelain. It has a removable stainless steel infuser.
  4. £37.00
    Kyusu teapots, meaning side handed teapot, are specially designed for the preparation of green tea. The hand-crafted pots are equipped with a stainless steel strainer which has also been specially developed for the preparation of green tea. This beautiful pine-green semi-matt glazed teapot holds 600ml and is made of porcelain. Due to being made by hand deviations in form and colour are completely normal and an indication of genuine craftsmanship.
  5. £29.00
    Kyusu teapots, meaning side handed teapot, are specially designed for the preparation of green tea. This honeypot style is decorated with a shiny sky blue glaze. The teapot holds 250ml and is made of porcelain. It has a removable stainless steel tea strainer inside.
  6. £29.00
    This beautiful sky blue glazed teapot holds 250ml, approximately two Japanese bowls and is made of porcelain. Kyusu teapots, meaning side handed teapot, are specially designed for the preparation of green tea. It has a removable stainless steel infuser.
  7. £37.00
    Kyusu teapots, meaning side handed teapot, are specially designed for the preparation of green tea. The hand-crafted pots are equipped with a stainless steel strainer which has also been specially developed for the preparation of green tea. This beautiful sky-blue glazed teapot holds 600ml and is made of porcelain. Due to being made by hand deviations in form and colour are completely normal and an indication of genuine craftsmanship.
  8. £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate crimson and gold lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  9. £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate gitane blue and gold lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  10. £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate slate grey lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  11. £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate Japanese red lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  12. Wazuqu Snow White/Gold Japanese Cast Iron Teapot 0.55L
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    £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate snow white and gold lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  13. £165.00
    This authentic Japanese cast iron teapot is finished with a delicate turquoise and gold lacquer, enhancing the satisfying shape, which seems at once organic and geometric, like a perfect pebble or egg. Our collection of Wazuqu teapots is manufactured in Yamagata, Japan, by the Kikuchi Hojudo workshop. It was founded in 1604. It has a removable infuser and holds 0.55L.
  14. £95.00
    This small teapot is the perfect shape and size for brewing high quality green teas. The dark brown clay is marked with a Japanese motif. It is so perfectly shaped that it’s difficult to believe it is fashioned by an entirely handmade process. That said the maker leaves a little imperfection in each pot in the spirit of wabi-sabi, to celebrate the “beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” It holds 210ml and has an inbuilt ceramic infuser to prevent the tea leaves escaping the spout.