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 & Use Instructions
Follow package instructions to season pan before use. Natural wood handle should not be used in dishwasher, or oven. It can be safely used on induction cooktops, electric burners and gas ranges.