This is a Camp fire frying pan. Japanese word TAKIBI which means CAMP FIRE.
This frying pan made from iron, it is user friendly
Thin body and downsizing has been easier to carry
By not attaching a handle, it can be stored compactly when carrying
For handle user can cut right length branch from woodland
Although it is made of iron, it is relatively light by molding it with a thin iron plate of about 1.2 mm
Anodized coating covers the whole frying pan, can use it immediately after lightly washing
The aluminum lid is also designed for stacking and storage
The lid is made of 2mm thick aluminum that is robust and has a profound feeling.
Turn the lid over and stack it on a frying pan for easier storage
The notch on the lid does not interfere with the base of the handle of the bonfire frying pan.
The knob on the lid can be folded when not in use, and when in use, the knob can be slid upright to fit the notch to prevent it from tipping over.
If you continue to heat during cooking, the knob of the lid may become hot.
If you make a groove (notch) at the tip of a tree branch picked up locally on this D-ring knob to make a lid lifter, you
can enjoy a more bushcraft feeling
*Although heat-resistant paint is applied, do not heat only the lid directly
Bushcrafter must have!
Find right length for handle so you can move away to a safe distance from the open fire