Anyone can easily prepare delicious earthenware rice every day, in just 30 minutes, with this Kikka Gohan Earthenware Donabe Pot. Donabe literally means "clay pot" and is an essential piece of cookware in Japanese homes.
The water level scale is conveniently engraved on the inside of the pot, eliminating the need to measure water with a measuring cup. The double-lid construction also eliminates the risk of spills, and with the simple step of "turn off the heat when you see steam", anyone can easily enjoy freshly cooked, delicious rice.
The Kikka Rice Cooker is also designed to be small enough to fit in a household microwave oven, it can be easily reheated and served directly to the table.
In 1932 the founder of Ginpo, Sutematsu Kumamoto, was a wholesaler of ceramics but had not come across any high-quality ceramics. As a goal to produce "high-quality manufactured goods" he founded Banko Shinko Yogyosho Limited, and began to mainly manufacture tableware, "Donabe" casserole pots.
*This product has a texture of shading of glaze. Please note that some unevenness in color may occur.
Dimensions: W 25cm × D 22.5cm × H 16cm
Gas, Oven, Radiant heater, Microwave