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NEW tetu Single Handle Iron Pan 20 (Induction Cooker OK) Osaka Ironware / Koizumi Makoto

JP¥ 10,000   (US$ 92.76)
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The source of iron is iron ore formed hundreds of millions of years ago. This ore is melted and shaped, creating a material that is very long-lasting. Also, as cast iron is created by pouring melted iron into a sand mold, a sandy appearance forms on the surface, softening the hard appearance of iron. With its hard yet soft texture, it feels good to the touch and makes for an item you can use for many years as a daily life utensil.
Thick
As the cast iron is shaped by pouring melted iron into a sand mold, it has a thickness of around 4mm. In this iron pot, the thick iron stores heat well and the surface temperature doesn't lower when food is placed on it, allowing for instant cooking without lose of flavor. Also, this thick iron has a low deformation rate and is a material also suitable for induction cooking.
Easy-to-hold handle
The handle is designed to be easy to hold. Balance has been taken into account, reducing weight.
In a size suitable for glass lids
In a size that is suitable for readily available glass lids. Keep this iron pot close at hand as you are sure to use it lots.
In a shape that makes it easy to pour
The pot is in a shape that curves outwards, making it easy to pour sauce, soups, etc.
Osaka Ironware
The area around Kawachi, Osaka, is said to be the birthplace of cast metal in Japan. In the Yayoi period, the beginning of Osaka ironware, it was used to make dotaku bells, bronze mirrors and swords, while in the Nara period it was used for Buddhist statues and temple bells. In recent years, in the midst of advances in mechanization, each item is hand-made using a sand mold using traditional techniques passed down through generations.
●Size: W330 x D215 x H53mm
●Full Capacity approx. 1L
●Weight: approx. 2.1kg
●Materials: cast iron
●Osaka Tekki
●Made in Osaka,​ Japan
●design: Koizumi Makoto
Item No.  W13809
 















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