Kyoto style Naga Hibachi. Copper-lined. Used to heat a room and to brew tea. Gorgeous rosewood. 5 drawers. A hibachi is traditional long firebox (“Naga Hibachi”). In Japanese, a “Hibachi” refers to a wooden box that’s used to burn charcoal as a heat source to keep warm. You may think that a Hibachi is a flat iron grill used for cooking. That is called a “Teppan”.
16″ x 28.5″ x 13.5″ high. Some warping to the front. Some wear on back visible in photographs.
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