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Kaico Kettle by Makoto Koizumi
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- Handmade in Japan
- Contemporary minimalist design
- Enamel-coated steel
- Beechwood Handle
- Maple knob
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|Sold By||tokyo direct store||UJC Mart Japan||UJC Mart Japan||WIREDREAM JAPAN||Chef's Arsenal/Market Warehouse||ScarletBrands|
|Item Dimensions||7.13 x 7.83 x 5.24 in||9.61 x 7.48 x 8.07 in||8.9 x 8.98 x 6.46 in||9.61 x 7.48 x 8.07 in||9.4 x 8.9 x 6 in||8.5 x 8.5 x 9 in|
|Material Type||18/10 Steel||Stainless||18/8 Steel||Stainless||Cast Iron||Stainless Steel|
The award-winning Kaico series has enamel coating over steel which makes for thermal-efficient cookware that is easy to use and clean. The Kaico series originated from the desire to make high quality enamel wares by Japanese artisans. Kaico features a wide opening for easy cleaning, wood handles for easy carrying, and a wide bottom for better thermal effect.
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There are other modern designs in the market that are perhaps more sophisticated... for example Aldo Rossi's iL Conico
made by Alessi, but personally I could not justify paying two or three times more for a design by a big name designer.
Like another reviewer, I first saw the designer and fabricator of this tea kettle featured on NHK World, the Japanese public broadcasting
channel... which I also recommend.