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  • Ever wondered what makes Japanese cuisine so authentic and delectable? A part of the secret lies in the cookware they use. Let's embark on a culinary journey and discover the world of Yoshikawa Japanese Cookware. Yoshikawa is based in Tsubame, Niigata - a region famous for its stainless steel production, and is a trusted source for exceptionally high-quality Japanese cookware that are impeccably finished and built to last.

    Materials: The Essence of Yukihira

    While the Yoshikawa brand has mastered the art of perfecting cookware, the Yukihira pot truly shines in its material selection.

    Stainless Steel Body

    • Durability: Renowned for its anti-rust properties, ensuring longevity.
    • Heat Distribution: The hammered surface ensures consistent and even heating, delivering impeccable results every time.

    Wooden Handle

    • Ergonomic Design: Crafted for comfort and safety, the wooden handles provide an insulation against heat, allowing for confident handling during cooking.
    • Replaceability: Understanding the wear and tear of regular usage, the handles on Yukihira pots are designed to be replaceable. We proudly stock these handles, ensuring that your beloved pot can be easily refreshed and revitalised.

    Signature Design

    The Yukihira pot boasts a design that's functional, traditional, and visually captivating.

    • Hammered Surface: Apart from adding to its aesthetic appeal, the surface aids in even heat distribution.
    • Wooden Handle: Provides a comfortable and heat-resistant grip.


    Their unique combination of tradition, aesthetic appeal, and unmatched functionality make them a favourite in kitchens globally.

    Our Yukihira pots are compatible with both gas and induction heating stovetops! Always check the product description to be sure.

    Absolutely not! While they add to the pot's aesthetic appeal, they play a crucial role in heat distribution.

    With proper care, these pots can last for years.
    You can replace the wooden handles when they wear out over time, they come in 2 sizes; 16-18cm and 20-22cm.

    Here's how you can maintain your pot's pristine condition:

    • Cleaning: Opt for soft sponges and avoid abrasive materials.
    • Storing: Ensure the pot is dry to prevent moisture-related damages.
    • Usage: Always use wooden or silicone utensils to prevent scratches.

    Japanese broths such as dashi and miso benefit immensely from the even heating of a Yukihira pot, as it extracts maximum flavour from the ingredients.