Born in Mizusawa, Ogasawara was the son of a cast iron foundry craftsman and worked alongside his father since the age of 16. While inheriting the techniques of Nambu ironware, he became a pioneer in cast iron crafts when he applied his modern designs to traditional production processes. With a career spanning over 60 years, a wide range of household products showcase the depth and range of his raw iron mastery. Ogasawara recently passed away at the age of 83.
I am a Fish pan with lid. If something smells fishy, you’re probably right, except I’m not up to any shady business. I’m just cooking up a tasty meal!$295.00
I am a Petite Cast Iron Pan. I’m looking to find my perfect match. Not sure what I’m searching for but I’m thinking a single egg.$165.00
I am Tsuno, a set of Cast Iron Bookends. Although some people may be fearful of my strong horns, I will only ram into paperbacks.$250.00
I am Wave Cast Iron Bookends. The world is running out of books like it’s running out of water. It’s time to make some waves for change.$310.00