Royal road and tools in the middle.
In Japan, "Yuki Hiranabe" is very useful for boiling hot water, cooking small dishes and cooking, and I think it is a tool that is used very frequently among cooking utensils.
Aluminum is lighter than iron and stainless steel, so it is less likely to get tired if held for a long time. In addition, heat transfer is also very fast compared to other metals, so it is useful when you want to boil hot water quickly. v Technology "alumite processing" originated in Japan. The surface of aluminum is electrified and the aluminum oxide film is refined to improve durability and corrosion resistance. This product is anodized in Japan.
The board thickness is 2 mm and 1.2 times to 2 times the thickness compared to the inexpensive Yuki Hirana pot. Because the heat gets soft in the ingredients, the heat gets into the ingredients well. In addition, it has excellent thermal storage and thermal insulation properties and has the advantage of being hard to cool.
The wood pattern used solid wood of "oak" which is also used in high-grade furniture.
Because it is an oak that is easy to come out of wood grain, each "Yukihira pot" is a point. It exudes a vintage feel that a craftsman has embroidered. Of course, the more you use it, the taste comes out. In addition, it is not shiny shiny urethane finish, but finish performs "brazing" finish and improves the durability, water resistance while leaving the texture of wood intact.
The spout on the left side was used to make the spout spread so that it could be poured at once. The spout on the right is the so-called "mouth mouth". It is useful for the final adjustment because it can be finely divided.