Komon Masatoshi Ichino Donabe Rice Cooker 8.3"
Craftsman: Masatoshi Ichino
Material: Clay from Tamba
Product Type: Donabe
Height with lid: 12cm
Height without lid: 7.2cm
Lid diameter: 19cm
The Komon Masatoshi Ichino Donabe Rice Cooker 8.3" is a traditional Japanese rice cooker made of clay. Donabe is a Japanese term for a clay pot, and it is widely used for cooking rice and other dishes in Japanese cuisine. The Masatoshi Ichino Donabe Rice Cooker is designed by the renowned Japanese potter Masatoshi Ichino, and it features a beautiful pattern on its surface, which is a traditional Japanese textile pattern.
The 8.3" size of this donabe is suitable for cooking rice for up to four people. The clay material provides even heat distribution and retention, allowing for the rice to be cooked to perfection. The donabe is also great for cooking other dishes such as stews, soups, and hot pots.
Using a donabe rice cooker requires a bit of technique and practice, but it is a rewarding and traditional way of cooking rice that results in a fluffy, delicious, and flavorful rice. It is also a beautiful and functional addition to any kitchen or dining table.
The pictures and dimensions listed are for reference. As these are handmade items containing natural products, there may be variances in appearance and specifications.