Kamasada

Kuminabe Cast Iron Pan

$ 200
The ultimate in compact storage and versatility, these trim Nanbu cast iron nesting pots will exponentially expand your cooking repertoire.

These small, medium, and large kuminabe cast iron nesting pots are stackable for compact storage and feature double handles for easy transfer to and from a heat source. Their neat, flat-shaped appearance is designed with simplicity and practicality in mind. These pots are great for cooking a myriad of dishes, from hotpot fare such as sukiyaki and shabu-shabu to stir-fried meats and seafood. Use them on the stove or put them straight in the oven for baking and roasting.

Kamasada

The creator of these cast iron pots is Nobuho Miya, a world-class designer and master of Nambu ironware, which has recently been drawing attention abroad as well as in Japan. He is also the third-generation head of Kamasada, a Nambu ironware manufacturer established during the Meiji Period (1868-1912). Located in the Northeastern part of Honshu in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture, Kamasada has been preserving traditional manufacturing methods for more than a hundred years. The company continues to mine the potential of Nanbu ironware, breathing new life into traditional designs to create products that will surely be loved by generations to come.

Kuminabe Cast Iron Pan

Dimensions
• SM 7.25" W x 5.75" D x 1.75" H
• MD 9.5" W x 7.5" D x 2" H
• LG 13.5" W x 10" D x 2" H

Materials
• Nambu Tekki Cast Iron

Weight
• SM 2 lbs
• MD 3.3 lbs
• LG  6.3 lbs

Care
• Hand Wash With a Soft Sponge and Dry Immediately.
• Gas, Electric and Induction Stove Safe.

Origin
Iwate, Japan