Treasure of Dimbura! ～～～～～～～～～ This copper kettle is Dimbula's treasure! I've been using it for over 15 years. Both the inside and outside have been polished many times, and the marks of the hammering on the outside are worn out. The knob on the lid was replaced many times, the wooden part of the handle was burnt and tattered, and the metal fitting supporting the handle was wobbly because the nut was worn out. It was dangerous if it wobbled when pouring hot water into the pot, so I had to repeatedly hit it with a hammer to repair it. "If I throw it away..." is what I have said many times over the years. But I couldn't throw it away. For some reason, this kettle can boil the hot water that jumps the most. The staff who brew tea at the counter have been stubbornly refusing to throw it away. But finally, the hole opened and the water leaked from about 3 months ago. As expected, everyone was going to give up, but they still used it reluctantly. However, the father of the store manager, Sumiya, was a metalworking engineer. She sent it to the countryside to have it repaired. Last week I got my beautifully repaired kettle back. The hardware on the handle was still loose. . . "This is as good as it gets." . This morning, the kettle came back after being repaired again. . . The wooden part of the handle is said to be a sasanqua tree that was in his father's garden. Baked and polished to make it smooth. Feels better than new! Sasanqua belongs to the Camellia family. . (Tea also belongs to the Camellia family.) We are all stroking an old kettle. I'm happier than when I dropped the new one! This allows customers to jump all the fresh tea and serve it deliciously. Dad, "Thank you very much!" This kettle is a treasure for everyone in Dimbula!