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. Wazuqu Crimson Red/Gold Japanese Cast Iron Teapot 0.55L
    Out of stock
    £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.
  2. Wazuqu Gitane Blue/Gold Japanese Cast Iron Teapot 0.55L
    Out of stock
    £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.
  3. Wazuqu Grey Japanese Cast Iron Teapot 0.55L
    Out of stock
    £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.
  4. £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.
  5. £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.
  6. Yaki Tokoname Yokode Kyusu Clay Teapot 0.21L
    Out of stock
    £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.