Slightly smaller in size compared to the other tenmoku Japanese rice pot, this Japanese clay rice cooker proves that small sized objects sometimes produce the best results. Perfect for making fluffy and delicious rice, this clay pot can be used for any rice meal, whether you are making plain white rice for a potluck or you want to make rice with various ingredients, or “takikomi gohan,” where mushroom dashi is used in place of water and your favorite meats and vegetables are cooking with the rice. Although this pot cannot be used in the dishwasher or microwave, the delicious meals that can come from this pot will make it a welcome addition to your home.
Complete with a trivet, two handles, and a heavy sturdy lid, this Japanese clay rice cooker has everything you need to cook some delectable rice right on your stovetop. The lid helps to keep the heat and flavors of the cooking rice trapped inside the pot to make your meal so much more aromatic. With a pot as beautiful as this, you can move it straight from the stovetop to the tabletop, and its two handles can definitely help when you are moving the pot from place to place. Finally the wooden trivet that is provided with the pot is perfect to prevent your steaming pot from burning or damaging any table or counter.
Glazed with a smooth and subtly grainy brown, this pot brings an authentic and rustic feel wherever it is placed. Grooves along the pot’s exterior allow you to have a better grip and hold on the pot, as it is quite heavy to carry since it is made from such durable and thick ceramic! The pots two handles on its body and single handle on the lid are curved with deep indents, creating a traditional layer of aesthetic to the pot. The bottom exterior of the pot exposes the off white ceramic from which the pot is made from, which has a contrasting matte texture. Made to be the highest quality in Japan, this wonderful Japanese clay rice cooker will surely go beyond your expectations and last you a very long lifetime of delicious rice meals!
Good for two person.
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