The Nanbu iron kettle has a history of more than 1,000 years, a traditional Japanese kettle.
It is a special product of Oshu city in Iwate prefecture of Japan, and it is carefully made by craftsmen one by one.
Recently The Nanbu iron kettle has been reevaluated, popular with young people and tourists.
Of course, many people are buying a Nanbu iron kettle to drink hot water.
Compared with electronic kettle, it takes time to boil hot water with iron kettle. However, if it is a cup full volume (200 ml), it boils in about 2 minutes.
In addition, for several reasons, The Nanbu iron kettle is the ideal tool for making hot water.
- The hot water melts.
Hot water boiled in The Nanbu iron kettle turns mildly like magic. It seems to moist and soak into the mouth and tongue. In addition, you can feel a subtle sweetness. Compared to hot water made with electric kettle, the difference is clear.
- Iron Supply.
Iron is dissolved in hot water boiled in an iron kettle. This iron is a divalent ion, it will be absorbed in the intestine as a nutrient. Iron is a nutrient necessary for hematopoiesis and it is also a particularly necessary nutrient for women.
- Continue to use, the taste improves.
Red iron spots will be generated inside the iron kettle if it is used for 2 to 3 weeks. Over time the entire interior will turn red and become somewhat whiter. This is what calcium and magnesium have adhered over time. As we continue to use it, hot water becomes increasingly mellow.
- Easy to clean
Rust is an enemy in an iron bottle. It is necessary to dry without leaving moisture after use. If you leave it empty after pouring hot water into the cup, you can dry it with residual heat, so you do not have to put on fire as it is empty. You can use it more easily than you thought.
Where can I buy it?
If you come to Japan, you can buy it at a department store or a crockery shop. It is a little heavy, but it does not matter if you mail it. Of course, even if you do not bother to come to Japan, you can order it online. However, when purchasing, what is manufactured in Iwate Prefecture in Japan is The Nanbu iron kettle.