Ginkgo

Japanese Yukhira Saucepan

<span>$30</span>&ndash;<span>$60</span>
Ginkgo

Japanese Yukhira Saucepan

<span>$30</span>&ndash;<span>$60</span>
3.8 Stars / 30 Reviews
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The pan and lid you see here are sold separately (but you can bet they were made for each other).

Beveled beauty.

Give your stove something to write home about with this gleaming cookware. A Japanese kitchen essential for good reason, it's known as a yukihira saucepan and has clever tricks aplenty. Double pouring spouts on both sides of the pan for twice the draining and serving possibilities? It’s enough to turn heads. The extra resilient and extra thin build means it’ll heat up in a jiff and wash even faster (and won’t stain either, can you believe it?). The hammered surface and beechwood handle are pretty easy on the eyes, too. Next stop: perfectly-cooked eggs, miso soup, and mulled cider.

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We've got the great minds at Ginkgo (founded in 1977) to thank for this saucepan's handy construct. Working with stainless steel contractors all over the world, their pieces are heirloom quality and raring to turn out all sorts of crowd-pleasing dishes. One thing we loved about this pot? The beveled sides aren't just easy on the eyes—they also happen to conduct heat and help to prevent liquids from boiling over. Take it for a spin with this flavor-packed sauce made from all the good bits leftover from browning, the five mother sauces every cook should have under their belt, a quick, creamy roasted red pepper soupor boiled eggs ​cooked to jammy-yolked perfection.

A note on lid sizing:

  • The 6" lid fits both the 6" and 7" saucepan.
  • The 7" lid fits both 7" and 8" saucepan.
  • The 8" lid fits both the 8" and 9" saucepan.

Beveled beauty.

Give your stove something to write home about with this gleaming cookware. A Japanese kitchen essential for good reason, it's known as a yukihira saucepan and has clever tricks aplenty. Double pouring spouts on both sides of the pan for twice the draining and serving possibilities? It’s enough to turn heads. The extra resilient and extra thin build means it’ll heat up in a jiff and wash even faster (and won’t stain either, can you believe it?). The hammered surface and beechwood handle are pretty easy on the eyes, too. Next stop: perfectly-cooked eggs, miso soup, and mulled cider.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

We've got the great minds at Ginkgo (founded in 1977) to thank for this saucepan's handy construct. Working with stainless steel contractors all over the world, their pieces are heirloom quality and raring to turn out all sorts of crowd-pleasing dishes. One thing we loved about this pot? The beveled sides aren't just easy on the eyes—they also happen to conduct heat and help to prevent liquids from boiling over. Take it for a spin with this flavor-packed sauce made from all the good bits leftover from browning, the five mother sauces every cook should have under their belt, a quick, creamy roasted red pepper soupor boiled eggs ​cooked to jammy-yolked perfection.

A note on lid sizing:

  • The 6" lid fits both the 6" and 7" saucepan.
  • The 7" lid fits both 7" and 8" saucepan.
  • The 8" lid fits both the 8" and 9" saucepan.