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Nihon Yoshokki Cast Iron Induction Shallow Casserole 22Cm Japan

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  • This Cast Iron Pan From Sori Yanagi Was Designed With Extra Thick Cast Iron To Ensure Even And Efficient Heat Conduction.
  • This Product Won A Good Design Award In 2002.
  • Lid Not Included.

Use &Amp; Care

  • This Cast Iron Pan Is Compatible With Any Type Of Cooktops, Including Induction Heating.
  • It Is Recommended To Apply A Thin Layer Of Vegetable Oil To The Surface And Pre-Heat The Pan Before Every Use.
  • Handwash The Pan With A Soft Sponge And Dry It Thoroughly After Use.
  • Avoid Using Soap Or Harsh Detergents For The Pan.
  • Make Sure No Food Is Left In The Pan After Cooking To Prevent It From Rusting.
  • Applying A Small Amount Of Vegetable Oil On The Surface While The Pan Is Still Warm Is Also Recommended.
  • Store The Pan In A Dry Location.


Sori Yanagi, Born In Tokyo, Japan In 1915, Was Inspired By His Father Soetsu'S "Mingei" Promotion Which Valued Hand-Crafted Art Of Ordinary People And Discovered Beauty In Everyday Ordinary Objects. Soetsu Also Helped To Establish The Nihon Mingeikan, The Folk Crafts Museum Of Japan.

Sori Studied Both Art And Architecture At Tokyo Art School And Was Influenced By Le Corbusier And Charlotte Perriand In The Early 1940S, Which Led Him To Design Many Kinds Of Products Such As Furniture, Three-Wheeled Vehicle, Olympic Cauldron, And Pedestrian Overpass.

In 1955, Nihon Yoshokki Co Ltd Was Founded In Tsubame City, Niigata Pre