I am a Large Yonabe Cast Iron Pot. Yo! Yo’ nabe’s cooked!
Yonabe in Japanese translates to mean “Western”. The pot is designed for cooking what the Japanese considers Western-style meals. For example, it can be used to cook a casserole in the oven, or to slow-cook a stew on the stovetop. It is a very versatile cooking pot but we also like it because after you cook you can insert the wooden handle for easy transportation to the dinner table and serve food right from the pot!
Yonabe Cast Iron Pot was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Nobuho Miya
9.8” (w) x 10.6” (l) x 4.7” (h) or 25cm (w) x 27cm (l) x 12cm (h)
7.3 lbs or 3.3 kg
Nambu Tekki Cast Iron, Wood
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