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Teapots and cookware made of durable cast iron are among Japan's most prestigious products worldwide. For over 400 years, artisans from Iwate Prefecture have been meticulously crafting this "black gold" by hand. Whether it's a grill pan, Dutch oven, or cooking pot, each piece is a unique masterpiece known for its exceptional craftsmanship and durability. The traditional manufacturing method known as "Nanbu Tekki" enables the production of some of the thinnest cast iron products in the world. Minimalistic and purist design meets the highest culinary standards. More and more enthusiasts of fine dining and upscale gastronomy are convinced of its excellent cooking properties: Cast iron made in Iwate ensures even heat distribution and is suitable for all types of stovetops.

Many individual pieces have been honored with prestigious awards such as the "Good Design Award Japan" and are now integral parts of the collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.

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