Sori Yanagi's Stainless Steel Kettle was launched in 1994. The wide base, which distributes heat well, and the curved line of the bottom bulge, which makes stability, combine to create a sense of unity between functionality and a unique and beautiful shape.
The spout is designed to be large enough to prevent water from dripping even when the water suddenly boils, and a steam vent on the side of the lid prevents steam from getting on the handle. The handle uses the principle of leverage to allow the user to tilt the pot naturally by simply moving the fingers and grasping the pot.
The stainless steel kettle is a masterpiece that has been lovingly designed to be a part of "people's daily lives." In 2013, it received the Good Design Long Life Design Award.
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Stainless Steel Kettle
Size: About W244xD190xH205mm
Capacity: About 2.5L (Full)
Weight: About 805g
Material: 18-8 Stainless Steel (18% Chrome, 8% Nickel), Phenolic Resin (Handle/Knob)
Production: Nihon Yoshokki (Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture)
Available: Direct Flame/Induction Heating 200V
Price: 10,000 JPY
While Sori Yanagi is the eldest son of Muneyoshi Yanagi, who's known as the father of the folk craft movement in Japan, he is regarded as the greatest contributor to the establishment and development of the Japanese industrial design. Many products that were announced over 50 years ago are still praised today as representative product designs of Japan.