1. teakettle (tea ceremony)
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2. Kama (Japanese tea ceremony)Kama (釜) is a Japanese term meaning metal pot or kettle. The specific term for a kama used in Japanese tea ceremony is chagama (茶釜, "tea kettle"). Kama are made of cast iron, and are used to heat the water used to make tea. In the tea room, the kama is either heated over a portable brazier (furo) or in a sunken hearth (ro) built into the floor of the tea room, depending on the season. Kama are often round or cylindrical, and have a lug on each side, for inserting metal handles called kan.
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