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Traditional Japanese Food Items

'Made in Japan Cooking Tools': a gallery of traditional Japanese food items, collected by HUGE magazine and shown at this year's Milano Design Week.

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Frying Pans | Oigen

Photo Davide Zanoni

Frying Pans | Oigen

Fluorine processing is usually done on frying pans as they are light and easy to use. But these days, iron-made ones are popualre: this comes from the pans' high quality and uniformity. This 'Naked Pan' uses the technique of traditional Japanese 'Nanbu' iron kettles which are manufactured using similar process. By manufacturing pans in charchoal fire this artistic technique prevents rust. When heated, iron oxide film is naturally formed on the surface preventing food from being burnt.

'Made in Japan Cooking Tools': a gallery of traditional Japanese food items, collected by HUGE magazine and shown at this year's Milano Design Week.
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