This beautiful tea kettle designed by Makoto Koizumi is crafted with spotless enamel-coated steel, featuring a stunning beech wood handle and maple knob. Designed with a simple spout and generously curved maple handle, making it easy to pour boiling water into a mug or teacup. Thermal efficient, the simple enamel kettle heats quickly on a stove top and is easy to use and clean.
The broad base is highly efficient and safe to use on all stove tops
6" diameter, 4.5" high, 8.75" long including spout
Traditional Japanese spinning tops, known as koma, are a popular form of entertainment for children in Japan, just as they are in many other countries of the world. Every top spins in a different manner. The ones with rings spin with a lot of movement, the low center of gravity spin in one spot and the high center of gravity are a good challenge.
Handcrafted by Sasahara Mokukoubou located in Asahikawa, Hokkaido. Factory was founded in 1970.
Each order includes a wood top chosen at random. Please email if you have any specific requests.