Kiridashi Shichirin Koban Shichirin with Brass Hoops
Material: Diatomaceous earth from Suzu
Maruwa Kogyo is a Japanese company that produces traditional Japanese charcoal grills called shichirin. They offer a variety of shichirin models, ranging in size from small tabletop models to larger, freestanding units.
Maruwa Kogyo shichirin are made using traditional Japanese Diatomaceous clay, from Suzu, which helps to distribute heat evenly and retain it for long periods of time. They also feature a venting system that allows for precise temperature control.
Maruwa Kogyo shichirin are popular among grill enthusiasts in Japan and around the world for their high quality, durability, and excellent cooking performance.
“Kiridashi” style Shichirin are constructed out of one whole piece of clay, and then carved by hand. (Here is how it’s made). This particular method allows for better, longer and more consistent heat retention and temperature control, compared to the “Pressed” style.
Kiridashi Shichirin, are labor intensive and therefore often more expensive.
A "koban shichirin" is a type of traditional Japanese charcoal grill that is characterized by its round, flat shape. "Koban" is a Japanese term that refers to a small, round, and flat piece of metal or other material. Koban shichirin are often used for grilling seafood, vegetables, and other small items.
The pictures and dimensions listed are for reference. As these are handmade items containing natural products, there may be variances in appearance and specifications.
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