Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan
Copper Milkpan

Copper Milkpan

Regular price¥69,700
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Love every day with artisan-crafted copper cookware

Milkpans are perfect for warming and cooking liquids as well as preparing sauces. This artisan-made copper milkpan is durable, beautiful, and made to last for lifetimes. Copper's excellent heat conductivity and natural antibacterial properties make a great choice for cookware on a gas range. 

Fired copper takes on different colors and patterns, making no two soup pots the same. 

*Not compatible with induction stoves. 

*Made with fired copper. Due to the artisan-crafted nature of this product, each milkpan's surface is unique.

*Please Note: Depending on available stock, some items may be made-to-order, requiring slightly longer shipping time. 

Studio: Tazen
Origin: Sendai, Miyagi
S (Ø13 (base 9) x 4.5 H cm)
L (Ø19.5 (base 135) x 6 H cm)
S: 500ml
L: 1.5L
S: 220g
L: 580g
Materials: Copper
Technique: Fired copper, tin-plating finish

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Hirohashi, nestled amongst rice fields at the foot of the lush mountains of Nara’s Yoshino District, was founded in 1986 by Mikihiro Hirohashi, a palace carpenter. He was passionate about the crafting of chopsticks, and even devised new ways to modify his carpentry machines to further perfect the crafting process. His daughter, Makiko Nakaiso, now runs the business, never compromising quality and emphasizing waste reduction, as Yoshino chopsticks are made from the finest wood, and can be used for a long time.

a remarkable history of sustainable forestry

The earliest writings describing Yoshino forestry were written 400 years ago, and the industry is estimated to go back as far as 500 years. For centuries, Yoshino foresters have been growing seeds, carefully planting, re-planting, pruning and thinning the trees about 20 times during their growing cycle to produce the finest-quality wood. This wood is sought-after in Japan and every effort is made to make use of the whole tree and replant successors.

making use of the whole tree

Hirohashi chopsticks are crafted from trimmings of Yoshino lumber that cannot be used otherwise, making use of the whole tree.

They are made with the help of some machines, with much of the work being done by hand.

longer chopsticks to savor every bite

Hirohashi chopsticks are used in high-end restaurants, hotels, and Japanese inns throughout Japan. At 26 centimeters, they are longer than regular Japanese table chopsticks, and their length creates a longer, more elegant stroke from plate to mouth, helping you savor the food and the moment.

These chopsticks have a natural finish with no chemical coating, and can be washed a reused for a long time. In Japan, it is common to keep one's own personal set.

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