Iwachu Cast Iron Omelette Pan
Iwachu cast iron isn’t just fun to say, it’s fun to use. These all-purpose pans are beautifully designed and carefully handcrafted in the traditional nambu tekki (or nanbu tekki) style in Morioka, Japan. Nambu iron has been used for over 400 years, and is a versatile staple in any well-appointed kitchen. Iwachu’s handmade cast iron is distinctive for both its aesthetics and its impeccable quality. It takes at least 15 years to become a cast iron craftsman, and their painstaking process takes over 60 steps to make a single pan. We think the result is worth it: low-stick, highly ergonomic cookware that will last for a lifetime.
These graceful mid-sized skillets are styled perfectly for all your "omellete" needs. Their curved sides, even weight, heat-shedding handle, and clean finish make cooking and plating even tricky foods a breeze. Like the Griswald or Lodge of the Pacific Rim, Iwachu cast iron works wonderfully on stovetop, oven and grill, and will likely outlive us all.