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Sori Yanagi Carbon Steel Pan Magma Plate 7.08" with Lid

▼Product Information
Uneven surface is the feature of this original Sori Yanagi Magma plate pan. It helps transfer heat evenly and quickly. Maintain well and use it for your lifetime.
・Original uneven surface magma plate
・Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction cooktops
 
▼Size & Material
7.08" Product size: W13.3”×D8.58”×H2.83”
Material:
Pan: Magma plate iron
Lid: Stainless steel
 
▼Use/Handling
・Cook on low to medium heat.
・Each time you use this pan, preheat the pan and apply oil to the cooking surface before adding food.
*Especially for the first few times of use apply sufficient amount of oil to avoid food sticking.
・Hand wash your skillet with hot water. Do not use soap or harsh detergents.
・Hand dry and apply a small amount of vegetable oil on inside and outside. surfaces while pan is still warm to prevent rusting.
・Store in a dry location.

Background
Sori Yanagi was a Japanese product designer who was active in the high-growth period in Japan. He developed Japanese modern design. His kitchen product design series was started from stainless cutlery in 1974 and expanded to kettles, pans and bowls. 

His design concept is beauty in simplicity and additional small ideas that functions for friendly-use. All his designed cookware has these elements. As most of his cookware looks very simple, you may not tell the differences or benefits when you compare with similar cooking items, but almost all users will say that once you use SORI YANAGI designed cookware, you cannot go back to using others because of the high quality and user-friendliness. Some people say cookware is just cookware for daily use and they don't mind its quality. However, his popular cookware, such as Nambu Tekki cast iron pots & pans, kettles, kitchen knives and bowl/strainers are perfectly designed and made in Japan by true craftsmen. You can use Sori Yanagi cookware for many years and you will love Japan-made quality and his original design concepts.  



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