Japanese Kiseru pipes are long, thin, elegant, and have a very small bowl. They are traditionally smoked with a fine-cut tobacco, like Kizami tobacco, or a tobacco thin "like hair". Indeed, the bowl is so little that it can only be filled with one or two pinches of tobacco. Made in Japan, these pipes have a metal bowl. It is a very interesting characteristic because once you have finished smoking, you can start again without waiting (unlike a classical briar pipe which needs rest). If you are looking for something new, original, or if you are just curious, we highly recommend you to choose one of these Japanese pipes!