While in Okinawa, I was staying up in a beautiful and rustic hostel. Located among thick tropical foliage, and overlooking a bay. Down below were humble and sturdy farms. One day, while walking down to grab water from a distant, distant convenience store, I spotted a teapot. Well, rather it resembled a watering can. But sure enough it was a teapot. I knew because the owner of the house, paying me no heed, appeared, tipped the pot as it steamed from the spout, and filled a small cup with some light mahogany liquid. I can only presume it was Jasmine tea, a specialty of Okinawa and one of my personal favourite teas. The weathered, rustic, sturdy and dignified appearance of that teapot never left my thoughts. The Old Japanese Teapot is an identical homage. And one I would not pass up, if only to get a clear view of that fond memory again!
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