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Noda Horo Casserole

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Noda Horo Casserole

April 10, 2012

Another great find from our friends at Analogue Life: the Noda Horo Nomaku Series pots, from Japanese product designer Koji Yamada.

Made from enameled steels, the pots heat up quickly and retain heat longer than most pans (their resistance to acids also means that food retains its original flavor).

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Above: The Noda Horo Casserole is available in black or white; ¥8,000 at Analogue Life.

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Above: A trio of Noda Horo pots.

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Above: We like the chunky handle of the Noda Horo Saucepan; ¥7,000 at Analogue Life.

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