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Iwachu – Kambin Red Cast Iron Teapot 0.75L. Capacity: 0.75L / 26.39oz. Dimensions: 21.5 x 9.5 cm / 8.46 x 3.74 in. Weight: 1684 grams / 4 Lb. The IWACHU firm from Morioka has been the largest producer of cast iron teapots and kitchenware in Japan for more than 100 years now. IWACHU products are renowned throughout the world for their lifelong beauty and quality. How to use your teapot. Fill with streaming water and rinse inside of your teapot. Pour it out and repeat this process 3-4 times. Wipe both inside and outside of your teapot with a dry cloth while it is still warm. Before infuse your tea, rinse inside of your teapot with hot water and pour it out. Place a certain amount of tea into the tea infuser. Pour hot water into the tea infuser until steep the tea leaves in it and replace the lid on your teapot. Remove the tea infuser after a few minutes. Pour tea into a cup and enjoy it. The IWACHU firm from Morioka in the Tohoku region in Northern Japan has been the largest producer of cast iron teapots and kitchenware in Japan for more than 100 years. IWACHU products are renowned throughout the world for their beauty and craftsmanship. IWACHU combines traditional skills and modern technology to produce of unique quality, style and beauty that will grace your home for years to come. How to use your teapot properly. Before using your teapot for the first time. Thoroughly rinse the teapot with hot water. While the pot is still warm, dry the teapot inside and out with a dry cloth. Then leave the teapot so the inside is well aired. When using your teapot, always follow the guidelines. Never heat over a naked flame. When using a hotplate, keep at a low temperature. Never use in a microwave oven. Do not use any washing-up product to clean the teapot, use clean water ONLY. Do not leave any tea or water in the pot and dry thoroughly after each time you use it. Always wipe the outside with a dry cloth while the teapot is still warm. Avoid contact with salt or oil. Never suddenly cool the teapot when it is still warm. The inside of the teapot is glazed, so choose kitchen utensils that do not scratch the glaze. By doing so you will be assured years of enjoyment from this Iwachu teapot.