Kotobuki Cookware

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Kotobuki
$42.97

Yukihira pans evolved from metal cookware that was introduced to Japan in the Meiji era in the late 19th century. Traditionally, y...ukihira pans are made from sheets of hammered aluminum. The dimples that result from the hammering are the signature feature of a yukihira pan's appearance and also prevent food from sticking and burning. As a result of its utilitarian design as well as its simple but pleasing aesthetics, yukihira pans are one of the most widely used cookware vessels found in home and commercial kitchens across Japan. This yukihira pan is an evolution of traditional yukihira pans. By using stainless steel instead of aluminum, it increases the durability of the pan and also allows for compatibility with Induction Heat (IH) cooktops. Two spouts allow for pouring from either side of the pan. The pan is 7-Inch in diameter and has a capacity of approximately 50 ounces. There are markings on the inside of the pan of 400, 600, 800, 1000 and 1200 milliliters. read more

Kotobuki
$30.03

Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, Japanese rolled omelet that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sush...i. This tamagoyaki pan is made of iron with a plastic handle, and features a non-stick coating. The size is wider than a regular tamagoyaki pan, and is ideal for making tamagoyaki for a picnic or party. read more

Kotobuki
$55.00

Yukihira pans evolved from metal cookware that was introduced to Japan in the Meiji era in the late 19th century. Traditionally, y...ukihira pans are made from sheets of hammered aluminum. The dimples that result from the hammering are the signature feature of a yukihira pan's appearance and also prevent food from sticking and burning. As a result of its utilitarian design as well as its simple but pleasing aesthetics, yukihira pans are one of the most widely used cookware vessels found in home and commercial kitchens across Japan. This yukihira pan is an evolution of traditional yukihira pans. By using stainless steel instead of aluminum, it increases the durability of the pan and also allows for compatibility with Induction Heat (IH) cooktops. Two spouts allow for pouring from either side of the pan. The pan is 8-Inch in diameter and has a capacity of approximately 64 ounces. There are markings on the inside of the pan of 800, 1200 and 1600 milliliters. read more

Kotobuki
$19.76

Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, Japanese rolled omelet that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sush...i. This tamagoyaki pan is made of iron with a plastic handle, and features a non-stick coating. The size is narrower than a regular tamagoyaki pan, and is ideal for making a smaller sized rolled omelet for a light snack or to use in bento boxes. read more

Kotobuki
$33.03

Tamagoyaki is a rectangular, rolled omelette that is popular for breakfast, in bento lunch boxes, and as a topping for sushi. The ...curved shape of this tamagoyaki pan makes rolling the omelette easier, and the nonstick surface ensures a perfect looking omelette every time. Unlike most tamagoyaki pans, the handle of this pan is attached at a 90 degree angle, making usage less awkward. Spatula included. read more

Kotobuki
$32.00

This pan is ideal for stir fry dishes where frequent movement of ingredients is necessary for quick, even cooking. The pan is 2-3/...8 Inch in height on the shallow end near the handle and gradually increases to 3-5/8 Inch in height on the opposite end. The handle is mounted high, near the edge of the shallow end. Thanks to this clever engineering, picking up the pan by the handle and flicking it back and forth remains easy on the wrist, while the generous height of the tall end ensures a mess-free experience when tossing and flipping food. Whether stir frying vegetables, noodles, making fried rice, or even omelets and pancakes, this pan is an easy to use, versatile tool that would find a home in any kitchen. read more

Kotobuki
$26.00

Datemaki is a Japanese rolled omelets that is popular for breakfast and in bento lunch boxes. Unlike tamagoyaki, the eggs for rate...making are combined with a fish paste and mountain yam mixture to give it a savory seafood taste and firmer texture. read more

Kotobuki
$54.08

Specialized pans are a must for any kitchen. This specialized iron pan excels at several tasks. Thanks to its round shape, it is a... natural choice for stir-frying and wok-style cooking. The flat bottom allows wok-style cooking without the need for a wok ring. The depth also makes it a great choice for deep frying, with dual pour spouts that make clean up easy. This pan is also a great choice for steaming, whether using a metal or bamboo steamer insert. 11-1/4 inch diameter. read more

Kotobuki
$36.74

Specialized pans are a must for any kitchen. This specialized iron pan excels at several tasks. Thanks to its round shape, it is a... natural choice for stir-frying and wok-style cooking. The flat bottom allows wok-style cooking without the need for a wok ring. The depth also makes it a great choice for deep frying, with dual pour spouts that make clean up easy. This pan is also a great choice for steaming, whether using a metal or bamboo steamer insert. 8 inch diameter. read more

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