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Tetsunabe LABO: The all round iron pot!

A project in Oshu-shi, Japan by Oitomi Co

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The traditional Japanese iron cooking pot, the hagama, has new life breathed into it, with the help of nanbutekki craftsmanship!
Backers: 97
Average Pledge Per Backer: ¥24880

Funded: ¥2,413,395 of ¥300,000
Dates: Nov 8th -> Dec 23rd (46 days)
Project By: Oitomi Co
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A Massive Thank You for the Great Start!

November 9th - via:
Hello everyone,  This is Kikuchi from Oitomi! Firstly, thank you so much for having an interest in our project! Our project is finally in motion and off to a great start! Thanks to everyone, our project was funded within hours of launching, and now... (Read More)

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