Manufacturing beautiful products for over 80 years, Noda Horo’s enamelware is the signature representation of the brand’s commitment to elegant design, style, food safety, quality, and even-heating efficiency. Now, the company is famous for its cookware such as food containers, baking dishes or stockers, Noda Horo originally produces not only kitchenware but also physical and chemical acid-resistant enamel products. Unlike many enamelware companies, Noda Horo handles the entire manufacturing process from the making of the substrate of metal to enamel glass coating finish, all made in Japan.
Enamelware is a material that metal (iron or aluminum) is enameled with glassy glaze in high-temperature. The surface of the enamelware is glassy. Therefore, enamelware avoids the growth of various gems or chemical change. As a kitchenware, enamelware does not change the taste of food. Also, it is hygiene. Enamelware is hard to transfer smell or stain, which makes suitable for store smelly food or strong coloured food.
Glassy glaze is tough against acid or salt. Great item for storing pickles or jam as well. They can be brought straight from the fridge onto the gas cooker or into the oven. Since the core material of enamelware is metal, enamelware has high thermal conductivity and can keep temperature. Noda Horo’s enamelware is extremely user-friendly and durable. It is also environmentally friendly, you won’t have to worry about it getting stained or greasy in time, unlike metal or plastic. Whether it’s a food container, a kettle or a butter warmer, Noda Horo’s enamelware will soon become an essential and indispensable item in your kitchen. They can be functioned in multiple ways in a classic and minimalist look that is timeless.