Traditional Japanese egg pan for making tamagoyaki.
One of the most well-known and loved dishes in Japan is Tamago. Also known as tamagoyaki, this delicious egg dish is made up of several fried egg layers rolled up. Tamago is usually enjoyed alone, with seasonings, or on sushi. In order to make this dish, you need to use a tamago pan.
Hand-formed and slightly imperfect, these pans embody early morning visits to the old Tsukiji markets joining the line for the cities best Tamagoyaki cooks over the coals.
While there are non-stick, aluminium and cast iron versions of the tamagoyaki pan the traditional way to cook tamagoyaki is in a tin-lined copper pan.
Use medium heat. Do not overheat the pan or the tin lining will melt.
Use nonmetal spatulas because the tin can scratch easily.
ONLY WASH BY HAND, no dishwashers.
Please dry thoroughly after use.
Size: 150 x 150
Depth : 30mm
Made in Japan
Material: Copper, wood, tin