Tamagoyaki Pan by Nakamura Douki Seisakusho

If you like fluffy pancakes, this is your dream pan. Have you heard of tamagoyaki, a traditional Japanese treat? Eggs are mixed with umami-filled dashi broth and cooked into the shape of a rolled cake. Despite the liquid ingredients, tamagoyaki needs to be airy and fluffy. The Tamagoyaki Pan was developed solely for this purpose.

The pan is made of copper because tamagoyaki is cooked over low heat. Copper transmits the heat quickly and evenly, reducing the chances of unevenness or burning, which helps ensure that the tamagoyaki will turn out soft and fluffy. Nakamura Douki Seisakusho uses top-quality copper to make the pan.Unlike typical tin-plated copper pans, Nakamura’s Tamagoyaki Pan is coated with tin over heat layer by layer. The pan is also great for pancakes and can be used to cook anything a normal frying pan can cook.

Location & Contact Information

Nakamura Douki Seisakusho

3 Chome-19-15 Umeda, Adachi-ku, Tokyo 123-0851, Japan


Author profile

Yasushi Kurita was born in Tokyo. He has spent the last 30 years as a writer for print publications and TV. When he was in college, he spent two years in New York. His favorite band is the Atlanta Rhythm Section, making him one of about 15 Japanese people who actually like that band.