The most beautiful traditional Japanese cookware is a study in minimalism. Each piece is designed with aesthetics and functionality in mind — with every angle or curve serving a purpose. The resulting designs have been used for generations and continue to earn a place in the best home kitchens. Consider this tamagoyaki, or Japanese egg pan, which is traditionally used to create rolled omelettes. Crafted from tempered carbon steel for a natural non-stick surface and with a turned wooden handle, it is a timeless design worthy of any home chef — or an aspiring one — who has discovered the joy of slow, stovetop cooking.
7.25"" L x 5.25" W x 2" H
High Carbon steel, with two heavy duty steel rivets, and a beechwood handle.
Care and Use Instructions
Follow package instructions to season pan before us. Natural wood handle should not be used in dishwasher, or oven.
International Shipping Information
Please note: Items delivered to addresses outside the U.S. are not returnable.