kaico kettle
kaico kettle
kaico kettle
kaico kettle


kaico kettle

Sale price¥25,500
An Adorable Appearance and Splendid Details 
When you remove the lid, which has a wooden handle, you'll see how easy it is to stick your hand into this kettle with its large mouth. It's convenient for putting in tea leaves or washing. Because the surface of the bottom is wide, the kettle is designed to heat up in a relatively short time. You'll no doubt be pleased with the smooth flow of hot water from the spout—the work of a trained craftsman. Also, the handle is made of natural wood, wedged onto stainless steel, and only tilts in one direction, making it convenient to store without taking up too much space.
This is a porcelain enamel tool that was produced by a Japanese craftsman.
Here are 5 great things about porcelain enamel cookwares:
1. Acid-Proof The inorganic glass surface makes it resistant to acids and alkalis.
2. Non-Absorbent Enamel does not react chemically with food or water. It also does not leave behind or pass on any metallic scent. Thus, you can enjoy food ingredients or water with the purest taste.
3. Durable Because it has been coated with hardened glass, it is a material resistant to color shifting and friction.
4. Clean The slippery surface makes it difficult for it to get dirty or scratched, and it is generally easy to maintain. Since bacteria will struggle to breed, it is sanitary.
5. Heat-Insulative The porcelain enamel layer has low thermal conductivity, so it is excellent at retaining heat.
metal base/glass coatingnon dishwasher safe
metal base/glass coatingnon dishwasher safe

kaico kettle

artist of this product


The concept for this brand is this: items that were designed for ease of use are direct and pure, making them easy to integrate into everyday life. The goal is for people to use them, always and forever.

These wares have high-quality designs that people will never tire of, conceived by Japan's proud furniture designer, Makoto Koizumi.
Wanting to create items that users can enjoy for a long time, Koizumi looked into various designs that a craftsperson could produce.
He does design work for various categories of lifestyle items, from architecture to chopstick rests.
Kaico means "silk" in Japanese. Also, it is homophonic with the Japanese word for "nostalgia."
The Kaico series is notable for its silk-like whiteness and lustrous, soothing texture. From mold to completion, they are produced entirely at a factory in Tokyo's Sumida Ward.


Building on over 40 years of experience, our team has carefully curated a range of Japanese artisanal products that combine the very best of traditional crafts with modern creativity and innovation to enrich your daily life.