Iwachu Cast Iron Pot

A one-pot wonder, the Iwachu Cast Iron Pot features hidden self-basting technology for tender braises and tasty rice dishes. The inside of the lid features specially-designed inner spikes that evenly distribute condensation for slow, continuous basting. Forged from Japanese cast iron, this stylish pot features superior heat distribution and retention that allows you to keep dishes hot and delicious even after they’ve been taken out of the heat. Its sleek design transitions well from stovetop to tabletop- use as all-purpose cookware and serving piece alike.

Suitable for all stove types.

About Iwachu
A master maker of tetsubin iron teapots since 1902, Iwachu is widely recognized as one of the best cast-iron craftsmen in the world. The artistry of each piece is rooted in its traditional Japanese craftsmanship: led by generations of ironsmiths, their workshop produces beautiful, long-lasting ironware with a human touch.  

Materials: Iron, Enamel
Dimensions: Small: Diameter: 11"  Width:  8 ½” Height: 5" 
Large: Diameter: 12" Width: 9 ¾” Height: 5 ¾"
Care:  Scrub lightly with warm water. For stubborn food remnants, use a touch of dish soap and a nylon scouring pad. Always thoroughly dry pot after each use, apply a light layer of vegetable oil with a towel, and store. Do not put in the dishwasher or soak in water. Dry immediately after use to prevent rust. 
Morioka, Japan




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