The “Yukihira” casserole is a traditional cookware made in Tsubame. This is a small town known for its high quality metalworking since its farmers started making iron nails in the 17th century. Yashikawa has continued this region’s commitment to quality metalwork for 70 years. It has since evolved as a manufacturer of stainless steel cutlery through to all kinds of household and industrial products. A yukihira saucepan is an important tool in Japanese cooking and this casserole is used whenever, for example, broth for ramen is heated or water is boiled.
This forged casserole is made of highly durable, rustproof & lightweight stainless steel. It is 18cm in diameter and has been hand knurled to maximize heating capacity, heat retention and stability.
In addition, this casserole is stain resistant, easy to clean and suitable for all types of stoves (including induction). Inside are also engraved easy-to-read readings for added convenience. It has a spout on both sides and a comfortable wooden handle that is cool to the touch. It is easy to use and ideal for everyday cooking!
Please note that the casserole is only suitable for heating and boiling liquids such as water and broth. The casserole is not suitable for roasting and deep-frying!
The casserole is not dishwasher safe. It can be super with our solid, natural
Product benefits at a glance:
- Saucepan Yoshikawa “Yukihira”
- ⌀ 18cm (top), ⌀ 13.5 cm (bottom)
- Height: 7.5 cm, length with handle: 34 cm
- Weight: 500g
- Made of lightweight, rustproof & high-quality stainless steel
- Hand knurled to maximize stability & heating capacity
- Comfortable wooden handle that is cool to the touch
- With two-sided spout for two-handed use
- Easy to read readings engraved inside
- Compatible with all hob types (including induction)
- Stain resistant & easy to clean
- Not suitable for dishwashers
- For gently heating & boiling liquids
Scope of delivery: “ Yukihira” casserole or saucepan made of stainless steel (18cm)
We also have the super practical butter knife and the great kitchen grater from Yoshikawa!