Design by Nobuho Miya
A master forger of nambu tetsu, or traditional cast iron, Nobuho Miya works from his Kamasada ironware studio, founded by one of his ancestors in the Meiji era. His work has been exhibited worldwide, as far a field as New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
It is said that it takes at least 15 years to become a decent ironware maker, and 40 years to become a master craftsman. What makes Miya unique is not only his abilitity as a craftsman but his eye for elegant, simple design.
Yonabe, which translates literally to western style pot is a general use pot that can be used for stewing or frying. With the wooden handle removed it can even be used in the oven as a casserole.
Dimensions: 28.0×25.0×H12.3cm, Bottom dia 21cm
Product No. T-27