'Donabe' in Japanese literally means 'earthenware pot'. This Donabe pot is made by Nagatanien, located in the city of Iga, Japan. Clay from Iga is known to withstand extremely high heat without cracking, allowing this pot to be used on an open flame. 'Donabe' pots are commonly used to cook 'nabemono', known as one-pot dishes where vegetables with accompanying incredients like tofu, cold, salmon or chicken are cooked together in a rich broth.
Includes ceramic trivet, spatula, and an instruction sheet.
Note: Use only with gas stove or oven.
Country of Design: Japan
Manufacture: Iga Mono
Dimensions: 24 cm (9.5″) x W30 cm (12″) – incl. handles x H18 cm (7″) Material: Clay Pot (Ceramic)