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Handmade Japanese Cast Iron Teapots and Trivets from IWACHU. Beautifully designed Cookware Sets keeps tea hotter for longer and make it taste better. 

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Handmade Japanese Cast Iron Teapots and Trivets from IWACHU. Beautifully designed Cookware Sets keeps tea hotter for longer and make it taste better. 

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Christmas SALE

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Christmas is coming - but you probably know that already.....


Iron Kitchen won't be exhibiting at any shows this festive season but never fear, as a valued Iron Kitchen customer, you can still get your hands on some fantastic gifts at great prices. 

Iron Kitchen are now offering: 

10% off on all orders over £100 if you purchase with PROMO Code "10XMAS17" all in one transaction by 31 December 2017.

15% off on all orders over £150 if you purchase with PROMO Code "15XMAS17" all in one transaction by 31 December 2017.

20% off on all orders over £200 if you purchase with PROMO Code "20XMAS17" all in one transaction by 31 December 2017.

Please write PROMO CODE when you get to the checkout to receive your 10%, 15% or 20% discount off the total amount.

And that's not all, we are also giving free delivery on all order over £70 (PROMO code FREE70).
You can't use both offers, so please make sure to use the one that saves you the most money.

Happy Christmas shopping!


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New Cookware from IWACHU

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IWACHU Omelette pan

The unique gifts of Iron Kitchen’s cast iron cookware

Better heat distribution
Cast iron pans are unique in their ability to distribute heat evenly. Properties within the iron mean they are highly compatible with oil. This means that the oil is heated equally and also prevents food from sticking.

 

IWACHU Omelette pan is beautiful design and deeper in front to shape omelette perfectly.

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For more details for this Omelette pan, please click here.....

 

Also our new IWCHU Frying pan have pouring spouts on both sides. This makes it equally easy for right-handed or left-handed people when it comes to transferring food to your plate.

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For more details for this frying pan, please click here....

The Iron Kitchen guide to Japan

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So you’ve bought a teapot, drunk some sencha and eaten sushi. Now it’s time to visit the place they all came from

I don’t know how many times I hear people say: “I’d love to visit Japan but it’s just so expensive/far away/difficult”. All wrong (except the far away bit – it is far away!). However, if you do want to take a trip to the country where you cast-iron teapot was born, here are a few recommendations – some known, some a little off the beaten track.

 

The Iwate factory

This is where Iron Kitchen’s cast-iron teapots are born and grow up. Why not take a trip to the factory and watch some masterful artisans at work?

We are on Telegraph

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Iron Kitchen goes worldwide. Well, nationwide, at least. On Friday, we were very proud to be featured in the Concierge section of the Daily Telegraph - a luxury supplement, produced in association with Emirates Airlines. 

Please click Here to read the whole article.

Our gorgeous Redbrown IWACHU HIRA ARARE teapot was used to illustrate the feature and, you'll be pleased to know, it's still available for £75, while stocks last. 

Of course, everything that journalist Debbie Toms said is spot on. Our IWACHU selection of teapots are, indeed, "current" and "fashion-forward". They're also "vibrant" and  "made by craftsmen and quality is strictly maintained by a kamashi." In addition, they also make great tasting tea, keep your brew hotter for longer and, though we say it ourselves, are the best-looking teapots around. 

So, while it's lovely to have a ringing endorsement from the national media (thanks, Debbie, the Telegraph and Emirates), you'd be best off trying an IWACHU/Iron Kitchen teapot for yourselves - and don't worry if redbrown isn't your colour - we've got green, black, violetblue and more - with an even wider selection coming in soon.

To find out more about IWACHU and Iron Kitchen teapots, check out our website or get in touch with us at Twitter or Facebook . Always happy to have a cuppa and a chat. Arigato.