Noda Horo

Founded over 80 years ago, Noda Horo has long been associated with enamelware and continues to produce timeless, functional kitchenware in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Unlike many manufacturers, they look after the entire process from the making of the substrate metal to the enamel porcelain finish and in 2013 they won the Good Design award for Long Life Design.

Enamelware is durable and hygienic kitchenware made by fusing glass to metal at high temperatures. It resists germs, chemical changes, smells, and stains, making it ideal for storing and cooking a variety of foods. It also heats up quickly making it versatile and endlessly useful around the kitchen. Its durability (with proper care it can last a lifetime) makes it a sustainable alternative to plastic.