Nambu Tekki Tray


Nambu Tekki is a traditional craft of cast ironwork that originated in the cities of Morioka and Oshu in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, during the Edo period (1603-1868). The production process is labour-intensive and ensures the longevity of the ironware,

Originally designed as an ashtray this small dish could just as easily be used on the table for rock salt or on a desk for storage.

Made in Japan

About Kamasada

A renowned cast iron workshop, Kamasada is based in the Iwate prefecture, Japan and is run by master craftsman and designer, Nobuho Miya. Continuing the family legacy of designing and making cast iron home accessories, Miya combines traditional Japanese craftsmanship with contemporary designs.

Product Details

Materials: Cast Iron
Dimensions: 80 l x 77 w x 21 h mm
Weight: 160g

Care Instructions

Hand wash with hot water using a stiff bristled brush and dry immediately. Do not use soap or other cleaning agents as it can affect the pans seasoning. Apply a thin coat of oil with a cloth and store in a dry place. Do not put in the dishwasher as this will damage the pots outer-layer and will cause rusting.