Iwachu Cast Iron Omelette Pan
The Japanese are exceedingly good at making things. Little did we know cast iron goods were amongst them. The Iwachu Cast Iron Omelette Pan, for instance, is handcrafted in Morioka, Japan using traditional nambu tekki techniques that result in a durable, aesthetically unique pan that’s also both low stick and highly ergonomic. Curved sides make flipping omelettes easy, though the pan is versatile enough to fry up eggs differently, or for unrelated foods like bacon, sausage, french toast, stir fry, and more.