Just grill for deliciousness! “Silver x Copper” premium yakiniku plate
The pure copper with high quality silver plating makes this a premium yakiniku plate.
It was created in collaboration with Takaaki Chemical Co. (*), a plating processing company located in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture.
The high thermal conductivity of both silver and copper ensures that meat browns evenly and remains both tender and delicious as it cooks.
*Conducts the plating process for tableware and other items for a certain famous hotel. It is a plating processing company renowned throughout Japan, and which specializes in decorative gold and silver plating.
The High Decorative and Functional Properties of Silver
Silver has been used for decoration since ancient times because of its beautiful white and silvery color, with silverware being used by aristocrats since the Middle Ages in Europe.
Silver plates have a bright shine that differs from that of stainless steel, making mealtimes just a little bit more special. Pure copper, which is excellent for cooking, is here plated with silver, which is one of the best metal heat conductors, in order to enhance its beauty without interfering with heat conduction.
Care and Maintenance
Although the silver-plated parts may darken and smudge through normal use, this poses no problem in terms of functionality. If you are concerned about the dark smudges, cleaning them is quite simple.
Silver is cleaned through a chemical reaction using hot water and baking soda.
Spread crumpled aluminum foil in a heatproof container large enough to hold the plate.
Place the silver-plated plate on the aluminum foil and pour hot water over it.
Add baking soda (1 tablespoon of baking soda to 1 cup of hot water).
Wait until the water is cool enough to touch and rinse the plate thoroughly.