This bright red tetsubin has a pattern of dragonflies, called tonbo in Japanese. The dragonfly, an emblem of summer,
is a popular motif in Asian art. It is sometimes known as the typhoon-fly, owing to the presence of the insect in
large numbers before a storm. The Chinese believe that the insects are excited and impregnated by the wind.
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480-723 Aka/Chairo Tonbo Tetsubin
16 ounces capacity