Pot: 7in Dia x 8in H. Pot and Stove: 11in H.
Pots holds over 2 quarts of water. Chagama are iron pots used to heat water to make tea in Japanese tea ceremonies.
Influenced by Zen Buddhism, the ceremony is the ritualized preparation and serving of powdered green tea by a skilled practitioner. This is done in the presence of guests formally and served in a tranquil setting. A full-length formal tea ceremony involves a meal, two servings of tea, and last approximately four hours. The item "Japanese Tea Ceremony Tetsubin Chagama Cast Iron Teapot TB80 S-2550" is in sale since Monday, November 17, 2014. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Kitchen, Dining & Bar\Other Kitchen & Dining Items".
The seller is "japan_bargain" and is located in Union City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.