Yoshikawa: Japanese Steel Cookware Manufacturer

February 15, 2023


Yoshikawa is located in Tsubame, Niigata. This particular region in Japan is famous for manufacturing Japanese nails since the 1850s onwards (Edo Era), and this had lead, therefore the area being known as the industrial area throughout the entire country! 

Yoshikawa is synonymous with high quality, elegance and long lasting kitchen utensils. They have developed strong innovation of steel whilst simultaneously keeping local craftsmanship from their history. This Japanese cookware is built to last.

The products are designed to make cooking more seamless and eating more enriched. The elegant stainless steel products add a refined beauty to your kitchen. 

The stainless steel - 5 layer iron core structure:

"The pot is made of laminated composite material featuring a 5-layer iron core structure, which is to add a layer of special soft steel (iron) of fine heat conductivity to be between 2 layers of stainless steel containing 18% chromium and 10% nickel, which are both types of stainless steel of good durability and corrosion resistance.

This structure utilises the fine heat conductivity of iron, durability and corrosion resistance of stainless steel, also integrates the features of being light-weight and easy maintenance, bringing all the functionality and usability to the paramount."

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From Yukihira pots, tempura tongs, teapots, beer cups & glasses to miso muddlers, 24k gold plated sake cups and stocker dishes. You name it, we have it - perfect high quality products for your kitchen. 

Yukihira pot: A fundamental Japanese cooking appliance. It has enjoyed a stable spot not only in professional chef kitchens, but also in household cooking from the 1700s to present. Forged from highly durable stainless steel, has a form and feel that is easy-to-use and ideal for making the perennial favourites of Japanese cuisine such as miso soup and stewed dishes, not to mention the preparation of the all-essential Japanese broth. Experience the Japanese ambiance passed on from days of old with the easy-to-use Yukihira pot -lips on either side of the pan. Practical for both right and left-handed cooks.

Yoshikawa Stockers: The 18-8 stainless steel allows for a heat resistant temperature 50 degrees, cold resistant temperature -30 degrees. Dishwasher compatible. Stackable for neat storage. Perfect for preparation and storing food.

Wood Drip Pot Stove Kettle: Handles are made of natural birch wood. This type of steel, 12-8 stainless steel, is ultra durable and highly corrosion resistant, the stainless element gives the kettle an elegant look, sitting beautifully in your kitchen.

24k Gold Plated Sake Cup: Mirror finish, gold plated premium sake cup, allows you to enjoy the original rich taste of liquor. Meticulously crafted by hand by Japanese craft-men, this sake cup is the perfect for a gift for any sake lover, or as a treat for yourself! Drink your Sake hot or cold, the metal helps retain the heat conductivity.

Beer Glass & Cup: The inner surface of the beer mugs is finished with a combination of mirror and hairline finishes, so that creamy foams are created to bring out beer’s finest taste. This premium beer mug is created through the fine attention, time, and effort of skilled craftsmen, using the same advanced techniques.

Miso Muddler: The Miso Muddler selects the perfect amount of miso, all you need to do is places the whisk in the miso, then stir into your pan and let it dissolve. Easy!

Stainless Steel Teapot: Beautiful teapot will look gorgeous in any kitchen Cannot be used on open flames. Not dishwasher or microwave safe.

Tempura Tong: The perfect tongs for deep frying, the flower-shaped hole allows the oil to cut through. Functional and convenient!



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