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Tamagoyaki Iron Frying Pan (Rolled Omelette)

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These beautiful pans adorned with a stained bamboo handle elevate any kitchen these may find their home in. This particular one is specialised for making tamagoyaki, rolled omelettes, which are a quick and delicious snack by itself or meal with rice and pickled ginger. Lightweight and rust resistant, these eliminate the main disadvantage of iron pans. Designed by Hagino Mitsunobu with the home cook in mind. 


Length: 19.5cm
Width: 14.5cm
Height: 3.3cm
Metal thickness: 1.6mm
Weight: 816g

Handle length: 12.3cm
Handle width: 2.6cm

Material: Steel (Oxnit), Bamboo (Handle), Stainless Steel (Metal Joint)


On our first trip to Kyoto many years ago, we were walking along the Philosophers Path taking in the lush greenery and stillness of the area. At the top we saw a little shop that resembled a sweet old machiya. As we approached, we realised it was a small homewares store selling kitchenware. We purchased an iron bottle opener as a souvenir. Being one of the most used and solid items in our kitchen, we decided to reach out to them and ship them in so you can enjoy them at home.

Made primarily by hand, these cold pressed iron pans are crafted by the artisan workshop of FD STYLE in Niigata, Japan. A special coating called OXYNIT increases hardness, as well as rust and scratch resistance. The patented process involves nitrating and oxide-coating the iron surface, which results in a characteristic uneven colouring – this in no way affects the quality or performance, but is a unique effect of this innovative and skilled treatment. All handles are made from laminated bamboo.

All FD Style products are crafted by hand in Niigata, where metalworking is a regional specialty



Niigata is a port city on Honshu, Japan’s main island. The Minatopia history museum complex includes heritage buildings like the 19th-century Niigata Customs House.

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