When developing the GEO Product, invited the assistance of Dr. Yukio Hattori—the world-class expert in “food education”—in order to help us give top priority to the food education that encourages the health of the body and the richness of the mind. “I want to feed delicious food to my loved ones.” “I want to bring out the original taste of the ingredients.” “I want to make meals that are healthy and safe.” “But I also want cooking to be simple and enjoyable.” For those of you who have these kinds of thoughts, our GEO Products are the pots for you!
Miyaco’s “Objet” line has continued to sell well from 1982 right down to the present.
A rich line of more than 100 items, with a simple, unimposing design.
Because you will be using them every day, they are sturdy, easy to use, and such that you will never tire of using them. We deliver something that truly has value, to be used over a long period of time.
The main body is made of 7-layer steel with an aluminium core, so it has excellent thermal efficiency. It can be used not only for gas but also for ovens and 200V electromagnetic cookers (IH). It has a simple design with no waste such as steps (flange) on the edge and edges on the bottom, making it easy to clean and clean. The handles and knobs are made of durable stainless steel so they won’t burn or crack. Moreover, since it is directly attached, there is no need to worry about it coming off. Material Stainless steel Country of origin Japan About the manufacturer The “Geo Product” series was launched in 1996 by Miyazaki Seisakusho, which has been making metal houseware of reliable quality since its establishment in 1960. A series of products developed with Yukio Hattori, who is familiar on TV as a master of “food”, as a supervisor, has become a professional item that emphasizes ease of maintenance and durability as well as functionality. ing. Even with the long warranty period of 15 years, you can feel confidence in the workmanship. The material of the pot product is a 7-layer structure with aluminium, which has high thermal conductivity, sandwiched between stainless steel. The pot can be used in the oven, or the pot itself can be used like an oven to make cakes. Since the handle is also made of stainless steel, some people may feel uneasy that it will get hot, but it is often thought that if it is too hot to grasp this part, the firepower will be too strong.
- Selecting Materials to Be Used for a Long Time – We select, and use, materials that will stand up to extensive use over a long period of time. This extends from the clearly visible to those tiny components that are hidden from view. For example, we use the best materials, so that even the tiny screws of the pot resist corrosion, allowing you to use the same pot year after year without even the handles or knobs needing to be replaced.
- Manufacturing Techniques and Processing Methods – Our skilled craftsmen make each part with a manufacturing and processing method to allow continuous use over many years. For example, the bottoms of all our pots are processed to prevent the pots’ deformation. The pots’ surfaces are beautifully polished so that they do not dirty easily, and when they do get dirty the dirt is easy to remove, thus facilitating a tidier cooking and dining environment. We believe that we can make high-quality products that can be used for a long time by properly performing those “invisible” processes and processes that would likely not be noticed even if they were not done.
- Quality Control – From planning to mould-making, pressing, polishing, packaging, and shipping, Miyaco carries out production in an integrated fashion, in-house. For this reason, the quality of our products can be controlled each time, and can therefore be maintained to a strict standard.
- Continuous Creation of Products – Once manufactured, we strive to continue to create, over a long period of time. It is not a cycle of changing models every few years, seemingly making your purchase redundant right after you’ve made it, but a kind of care that values manufacturing a product that will last for decades, without making major changes, or at most making small occasional improvements to quality.