Tea canister

- Given to His Imperial Majesty -

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A Japanese traditional craft (Kagoshima). The Tea canister is one of the best items of Iwakiri Bikoudo! Satsumasuzuki (tinware) is the tradition of Japan.

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USD 195.45

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It is a traditional pot-shaped container for Japanese tea-leaf, and its surface has a pattern of Sakurajima which is the symbol of Kagoshima.
The fragrance of the Japanese tea-leaf lasts a while because the Chatsubo is made highly sealable.
The Chatsubo is not only for the Japanese tea-leaf, but is also used for any kind of tea-leaf that you prefer.

Item Details

Item NameTea canister
Artifact NameSatsumasuzuki
Place of ProductionKagoshima, Japan
Delivery DateApprox. 10D
SizeD 8.5cm x H 9.6cm

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Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.


USD 195.45
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

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Air Tight SealingThe cover glides down to the surface using its weight and it completely closes itself when you put the cover on the top of the main body.


Tinware visually appears just as beautiful as silverware, but it is much easier to take care of than silverware because its color doesn't change like silverware.
Tinware is superior in its ability to adjust its heat or coldness, meaning that can keep the warmth or coldness of drinks for a while.
One of its characteristics is that purifys water, so water becomes mellowly delicious!

Tin and Pewter

A product which is made from pewter is composed primarily of 91% - 93% tin, while the rest is made up of antimony and copper.
The products of Iwakiri Bikoudo have always been made from 100% of tin.