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HIMENO Aluminum Yukihira Pan / 15cm - 24cm



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[About Himeno saku]
"Himeno saku" has been manufacturing hand hammered pots in Osaka since 1924. Each pot is elaborately hand hammered by Hisakazu Himeno, who is the 3rd generation craftsman. His works are beloved by chefs and home cooks for its durability and function.

This pan is made by hand hammering a thick 3mm sheet of aluminum. The hammering process does not only make beautiful pattern but also makes the pan sturdy and transfers heat evenly.
Yukihira pan is a traditional Japanese style pan with a single handle. It can be used for various cooking such as soup, boiling, simmering and making sauces.
You can choose the type of spout on the pan. If you hold the pan with your left hand, a pan with a spout on "right side" is recommendable. If you hold the pan with your right hand, a pan with a spout on "left side" is recommendable.
15cm and 19.5cm pans have spouts on both sides.

-NOT induction compatible.
-Please note aluminum pans are likely to turn black. The black marks are a natural byproduct of the aluminum oxidation process and has no harm.
-There may be scratches on the pan due to the manufacturing process.
-Please replace food in other containers after cooking. Do not store food in the pan.
-Do not heat the empty pan since it will damage the pan.
-NOT dishwasher safe
-Please read the instruction before usage.

[Product information]
-Size and weight
15cm : Φ17xL32xH8cm, 400g
18cm : Φ19.5xL37xH8cm, 540g
19.5cm : Φ20xL38.5xH9.5cm, 650g / Lid : Φ22cm, 200g
21cm : Φ22.5xL39.5xH9cm, 730g
24cm : Φ25.5xL45xH10cm, 900g
-Material: Aluminum(Body), Beech(Handle)
-Origin: Osaka, Japan

Manufacturing process video