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Iwachu Tetsubin-Goldfish


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When you pour water into this teapot, you will find the goldfish beautifully matches the tea. With the sound of pouring water, the goldfish seems to come alive.
* Distinctly different from lower-quality Tetsubin, this product features a fine line of casting.
* Capacity: 650ml(22 fl oz), size: 14cm(5.5")dia • 7cm(2.75")H(without lid), color: black
* Made by Iwachu, Japan
* This teapot is enameled on the inside to provide years of use, and to prevent rust and oxidization.
* Use to brew tea, not as a stove-top kettle. Simply rinse teapot with water and wipe it dry after each use.

Koi Fish meaning in Japan is good fortune or luck they also are associated with perseverance in adversity and strength of purpose, the Koi fish symbolize good luck, abundance and perseverance. Symbolic in Buddhism is to represent courage. Today the fish are considered to be symbolic of advancement materially and spiritually. The strongest koi swims upstream until it reaches the final waterfall, where it vaults into the mists and becomes a water dragon.

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