Pincers pan “Yattoko Nabe” is a Japanese cooking pot that has no handle. You hold the top of the pot with the pincers called “Yattoko” when handling the pot. They're easy to keep in storage and you can save a lot of space since they can be stacked.
Everywhere in professional restaurants, yattoko pots have gained popularity. They are lightweight, effortlessly stackable, and fairly inexpensive. The hammered aluminum makes the metal stronger and enables it to conduct heat very well.
For kitchens with very restricted space, these handle-less pots are fantastic. However, it’s important to keep in mind that you’ll need Yattoko Cooking Pot Pincers in order to maneuver the hot Yattoko pots.
It’s from 15 cm to 30 cm in diameter and has 6.5 cm to 12.5 cm of depth. With an aluminum base alloy and being made in Japan, it doesn’t get more authentic than this.
This handle-less Japanese pot is excellent for individuals who have a very tiny kitchen and need a lot of pots. The beauty of this container is that they have no handles, so you can have a whole variety of dimensions nesting in each other completely.
These are thick aluminum pots that won’t readily warp, bend or dent. The unique exterior design is not only ornamental, but it also helps to heat up the pot more quickly. The dents make the metal denser and warm up more quickly.
|Country of Origin||Japan|
|cm||Inch||Dimensions (mm)||Dimensions (Inches)||Capacity|
|15||6.0||150 × 65||6.0 × 2.6||1.0 ℓ / 33.8 Oz|
|18||7.0||180 × 77||7.0 × 3.0||1.8 ℓ / 60.9 Oz|
|21||8.25||212 × 89||8.25 × 3.5||2.7 ℓ / 91.3 Oz|
|24||9.5||238 × 101||9.5 × 4.0||4.0 ℓ / 135 Oz|
|27||10.75||272 × 112||10.75 × 4.3||5.6 ℓ / 1.5 Gal|
|30||11.75||303 × 125||11.75 × 4.9||8.0 ℓ / 2.1 Gal|