Yamagata cast iron 1945-
9th Generation of Seikodo
In 1735, the first generation Kihachi founded the iron casting business of Seikodo, a workshop specializing in tea ceremony kettles and iron kettles since the Edo period. Ouko assumed the ninth generation of Seiko, inherited the techniques of his ancestors and continues them today. All of Seikodo's work is done by hand, and the production is carried out by a small group of people. Please enjoy the traditional Japanese beauty, and the world of Yamagata cast iron by Seikodo.
*Creators Seiko Sato and Ouko Sato are the same person.
Successive generations of Seikodo won awards at the Belgium World Exposition, Paris World Exposition, and American World Exposition.