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Oigen Cast Iron Roasted Japanese Sweet Potato Pot

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Product Information

  • Brand:Oigen
  • Model:CA-36
  • Material:Cast iron
  • Product type:Roasted Japanese Sweet Potato Pot
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):240 x 240 x 140 mm
  • Item weight (approx):5200 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):6000 g

Key Features

  • The heat will conduct to the entire pot from the top through the bottom to cook sweet potates evenly.
  • With sufficient iron thickness, it can bake vegetables other than sweet potatoes soft and moist.

Use & Care

  • Before first use, apply oil sufficiently. Cast iron ware have fine unevenness on the surface where oil comes in to form thin film. The more the pot is coated with oil. the less it is likely to get rusty or burnt.
  • Wash the pot well to remove dirt or stains on the surface. Warm it over low to medium heat to dry. Apply a thin layer of oil and stir-fry vegetable scraps so that the oil coats the surface evenly. After a few minutes, turn off the heat to move the vegetables. Cool the pot enough and wash out the oil with brush or scourer.
  • Cast iron ware will be coated with more oil over time to be less likely to get rusty or burnt. For the first few times of use, apply more oil before cooking to prevent food sticking as the pot is still not coated with oil enough and likely to get burnt.
  • After each use, wash the pot in hot water with brush or scourer, but without using detergent; otherwise, the oil will be washed off. Then quickly heat the pot to dry and cool. Applying a little oil before storage will prevent rust.
  • Be careful when using cast iron ware as they are very heavy. Besides, falling or rapid cooling may cause crack.


Oigen Foundry Co., Ltd. manufactures Nambu ironware in Iwate Prefecture. They have been providing offering the pleasure of using ironware since 1852. They offer a large variety of items, including traditional-style and modern-style cast iron teapots, cast iron frying pans, and cast iron pots. Skilled artisans manufacture each product by hand, hoping to transfer the pleasure of slow and mindful living to their customers.