Strikingly graceful in its simplicity, a special-grade iron allows this pan to conduct and distribute heat more efficiently than standard cast iron.
The blackened surfaces of the pans are made from a mixture of vinegar, tea tannins, fruit juices, and raw natural lacquer, which are fired onto the iron surface.
This blackening process, called o-ha-guro, creates a rust resistant surface and a foundation for seasoning. Perfect for browning, searing and frying on the stovetop as well as baking in the oven.
Made in Japan
7 1/2 inch interior diameter, 1.87 inch height
While the pan is still warm, clean with coarse salt and oil to kill bacteria and scour off food particles. Finish with a natural fiber brush under hot running water, and dry immediately for storage.