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Copper Tamagoyaki Pan by Nakamura Douki

Copper Tamagoyaki Pan by Nakamura Douki

Regular price $74.00 USD
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A traditional copper tamagoyaki pan made by Nakamura Douki, favored by top chefs and sushi artisans throughout Japan. Copper boasts excellent heat conductivity, ensuring even and consistent heating. This allows for delicate temperature control, resulting in fluffy and creamy tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelette).

It is an item that can be maintained and cherished for a long time, just as Japanese cuisine chefs do.

Please note that the following;

  • This handmade copper product is crafted individually by skilled artisans. Some scratches on the outside copper surface are inevitable during manufacturing and do not affect the quality. Please consider this before making a purchase.
  • This size is suitable for 2-4 eggs.
  • Copper Tamagoyaki Pan is supposed to be used on gas stovetops use only. However, actually it works on electric one from our personal experience.
  • Please do not use in Dishwasher / Microwave
  • Copper is susceptible to damage from moisture and chlorine, so always hand wash and make sure to wipe it dry immediately.

Learn more about how to use Copper Tamagoyaki Pan 
how to use copper tamagoyaki pan

Made by Copper Kitchenware Maker in Tokyo Japan

Created by Nakamura Douki, a Japanese manufacturer of copper kitchenware in the old town of Adachi, Tokyo, where numerous small factories have existed for a long time. Specializing in copper for over 100 years across four generations, each piece is meticulously handcrafted by artisans. Its character grows richer with each use, making it a delightful companion for your culinary adventures. 

  • Dimensions
    Main body: approx. 12.5 x 17 x 3.3 cm (height)
    Maximum width (including handle): approx. 36 cm
    Maximum height (including handle): approx. 15 cm
    Thickness: 1.5mm
  • Weight: Approx. 620g
  • Material: Pure copper with tin coating on the inside / Handle: Wood
  • Made in Tokyo, Japan

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