More than a fire bucket, an icon that punctuates temples, houses and other wooden buildings almost everywhere in Japan: its elegant red silhouette and the inscription 防火用 (fire prevention) continually appears throughout the archipelago, often in groups of three or four buckets, filled with water or sand, ready to use and to create human chains to quickly extinguish fires. So sleek that it could also be used as a sophisticated cachepot. It contains up to 8 liters.
A practical bucket for every use, but also an original cachepot.
27 cm x 27 cm x 22 cm