Mizutama Teapot, Maru Dobin
An iconic teapot that has been an essential item in traditional Japanese homes, brings a nostalgic, but calming aesthetic to brew tea with.
Inheriting traditional ware that has been made for over 400 years, the craftsmen hand-carve each piece to create the indented polka dot design that matches modern times. Winning the Good Design Award, Soesen is the only kiln that hand-carves and hand-makes every part of the tea ware. Gaining mass popularity post-war, the Mizutama Teaware is now a staple and symbol for the Japanese Dining Table.
Stainless Steel Tea Strainer Included.
Perfect for serving 4 cups with the Soesen Tea Cup.
Established in 1954, Soesen produces Hizen Yoshida Ware with the iconic polka dot design. Gaining popularity after the Pacific War, the nostalgic design became a must-have in Japan as it became the symbol of the Japanese Dining Table. Originating in the Saga Prefecture, within Ureshino City, famous for its tea, Soesen handmakes every part of the teaware in-house.
Mizutama Teapot - Maru Dobin
• 4.5" H x 4.5" Ø
• Teapot - 17.75 fl oz
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• Not oven safe
• Saga, Japan