Sori Yanagi Cast Iron Induction Deep Casserole 22cm
The design of Sori Yanagi for cookware brought the simplicity and purity of Japanese decor into the everyday.
Lid, pot and fork (please see image)
All items are made of cast iron (Nambu Tekki)
|Contry of origin||Japan|
|Demensions (approx. mm)||Length 330mm, width 250mm, height 100mm,
height with lid 155mm, top diameter 230mm,
bottom diameter 210mm
|Capacity (approx. liter)||3.5L|
|Item weight (approx. kg)||4.50kg|
|Shipping weight (approx. kg)
- Made of extra thick cast iron which conducts heat evenly and efficiently.
- Compatible with all types of cooktops, including induction.
- GOOD DESIGN AWARD in 2002.
Please be sure to read the entire instruction manual before the first use. The product comes with a QR Code for our online user guide in English.
We recommend oil basting set as a professional tool to season cast iron cookware.
Who is Sōri Yanagi?
Sōri Yanagi (柳 宗理, Yanagi Sōri, 1915–2011) was a Japanese industrial designer. He played a role in Japanese modern design developed after World War II to the high-growth period in the Japanese economy. He is both a representative of the wholly Japanese modern designer and a full-blown modernist who merged simplicity and practicality with elements of traditional Japanese crafts.
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