Noda Horo Traditional crafts
Noda Horo is an enamelware maker in Koto ward in Tokyo. It has more than 80 years’ history. Originally, Noda Horo has produced physical and chemical acid-resistant enamel. Now, Noda Horo is famous for its kitchenware such as baking dishes or stockers.
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. So, enamelware is used in hospitals or laboratories. Noda Horo is one of a few enamelware makers existing in Japan.
Series List of Nodahoro
White enamel baking dishes fit daily life
Pot + Kettle = Pottle! Enamel teapot of Noda Horo
Retro design and stability is attractive amukettle