Japanese earthenware pots, DONABEGohan nabe
The staple of the Japanese diet is rice, or gohan in Japanese.
Event though electric rice cookers have been around for many years,
a good amount of people use donabe to cook their rice.
The reason is, simply, that it is delicious.
The gohan-nabe, or a donabe for rice, cook the rice in a way so that each
and every grain of rice is well cooked. Rice cooked in them looks beautiful,
has a aromatic smell and an exceptional flavor when you chew it.
Even the underside of the donabe have been glazed, and so taking care of
them is very easy.
Kumoigama 9th Head of the family Nakagawa Ippento
■Outer diameter about 22 cm (excluding handle), height about 15 cm
■ Please note that the appearance and color of the actual product
may differ depending on the PC and display environment.
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