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Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker
Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker

Nagatani-en Igayaki Kamado-san Donabe rice cooker

In their busy lives it is typical for Japanese households to cook rice in an electric rice cooker. This does not mean that there is not sometimes time, and an affection, for the original way to do it.

Donabe or ‘earth pots’ are the way that rice used to be made, and can be used for a range of other slow cooking activities. What they lack in convenience they make up for in one crucial respect: the food tastes better. This is particularly the case for donabe made in their most traditional location: Mie, in west Japan.

Here the clay used in the Iga-ware pottery tradition is particularly suited to the heavy based pots, and donabe exponents such as Nagatani-en have an especial expertise.

Portion for Two (2 Gou) 

Size:Φ21cm x H16cm/1000ml Weight: 3kg

Pakage weight: 4.01kg

Portion for Three (3 Gou)

Size:Φ24cm x H18cm/1500ml Weight 3.6kg

Pakage weight: 5.01kg

Regular price £100.00