Miranda Style Hammered Aluminum Lipped Yattoko Pincers Pan
¥ 3,000 JPY
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Color:Silver / Black
Product type:Yattoko Pincers Pans
Country of origin:Japan (Kanuma, Tochigi)
Small:Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 83 x 83 x 45 mm, Capacity (approx): 0.15 L, Item weight (approx): 57 g, Shipping weight (approx): 210 g
Medium:Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 103 x 103 x 47 mm, Capacity (approx): 0.3 L, Item weight (approx): 89 g, Shipping weight (approx): 240 g
Large:Dimensions (approx): Diameter: 125 x 125 x 53 mm, Capacity (approx): 0.4 L, Item weight (approx): 113 g, Shipping weight (approx): 270 g
Yattoko pans are named after Yattoko, which is a pincers that is used for holding something hot like pans without handles.
The advantages of those Yattoko pans are convenience of not having handles, easiness to wash, and compactness & nestability with other size pans. With lightweight aluminum body and uniform heat conductivity, it’s good as a cooking tool as well as a bowl to serve food.
Black coating is an eco-friendly ceramic paint with good durability, hardness, and heat resistance up to 300℃,which will broaden the possibility of your cooking.
The unique hammered pattern, which was made one by one, strengthens the surface. It also gives a hand-made feel and makes dishes look even better by its beautiful simple design.
The pan is good to serve wide range of dishes from simmered assorted seasonal vegetables, Japanese hot pot, Shabu-Shabu, and casseroles cooked in salamander grillers or ovens. Its matt aluminum body even matches cold dishes. With a spout, the Small size can be also used as a sauce pot.
Use & Care
Compatible with dishwashers.
NOT compatible with induction cooktops.
Be careful of fall or strong impact, which will cause cracks.
Wipe off the water after washing the pan and store it in a dry location especially when you don’t use it for a long time.
“The "Shrines and Temples of Nikko" refer to the Toshogu and Futarasan-jinja shrines and the Rinnoji temple as well as their surroundings.
Toshogu is where Ieyasu Tokugawa (ruling from 1603 to 1605) is enshrined; he was the first shogun of the Edo Shogunate, which flourished between the 17th and 19th centuries. As many as 127,000 craftsmen were involved in constructing the shrine, using the highest level of technology available at the time. The two-story "Yomei-mon Gate", decorated with brilliant colors and over 500 sculptures, is particularly famous. It is also called "Higurashi-mon (sunset gate)", because people spend all day long gazing at its beauty.” - JINTO Japan National Tourism Organization.
Miranda Style Co. was founded in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan in 2009.