"Cast iron melon kyusu" is recommended for such people. You can buy it at the MoMa Store.
"Cast iron melon kyusu" is a melon-shaped kyusu. Even people who can't eat melon can still feel like melon. The sales site has the following description.
"Looks are melons that are ready to eat, but they cannot be cut because they are made of steel. The traditional Japanese teapot is refreshed with a humorous design that even has a calyx-shaped handle. You can enjoy delicious tea easily. "
If you drink "GABARON tea", which is rich in GABA, in this Kyusu, you can get GABA just like you ate melon.
The price is 10,80 yen. high! You might think, but it's cheaper than a real melon. For example, at high-end fruit shops such as Ginza Sembikiya, one melon is sold for about 14,000 yen. Given that, this price may actually be reasonable.