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Donabe, a traditional Japanese multipurpose earthenware pot, is most often used for ‘hot pot’ cooking, soup, rice, etc.

Handcrafted using the traditional techniques in the city of Iga, Mie prefecture that has continued since the Edo period, this AZMAYA Donabe pot offers superior heat retention and breathability while stewing and braising foods like fish, meat, and vegetables.

Extremely resistant to heat while reacting well to repeated firing, Iga-ware utilizes clay and natural glazes local to the Iga region most suitable for Donabe. Iga clay provides an elevated level of hardness while the pebbles in the clay result in natural character and texture.

It can be used over a gas stove top. Designed for durability and everyday use to enjoy with friends and family.

If cared for properly, the AZMAYA Donabe Pot should provide your family with many years, if not decades, of loyal use.

 

In order to prevent any possible cracking or leaking, please follow the important care steps provided to properly season the Donabe Pot before first-time use.

 

*Not for use on an induction cooker.

*Variation in colour and shape may vary due to its natural material.

*This item is not qualified for free shipping.  Please contact us (info@itsumo.ca) if you have any questions. 

Medium:

Capacity: 2300ml / 3~4 people

W29cm* × H15.5mm approx. / Weight 2.7kg

 

Large:

Capacity: 3500ml / 4~5 people

W34cm* × H17cm approx. / Weight 3.5kg

 

(*Handles included.)

 

How to season Donabe Pot

Please follow this step before starting to use your donabe for the first time. It’s only one-time procedure.

Since Iga-style donabe is made of porous clay, it is important to season the donabe in order to prevent it from leaking or cracking. The best and easiest way to season the donabe is to make rice porridge in it for the first time. This simple extra step makes the donabe last for many years to come.

1. Before you use, make sure the outer bottom of the donabe is totally dry.

2. Pour water to about 80% of the pot, add cooked rice (about 20%). Stir the water and rice thoroughly often and cook it with a low ~ midium-low heat until it becomes like paste.

3. Turn off the heat and let it cool down for about 1 hour.

4. Remove the rice porridge from the donabe, and rinse the donabe thoroughly.

5. Wipe off moisture and let it dry completely before using it for the first time.

*You can repeated this procedure again if you find any cracking in the bottom of the donabe or leaking after regular use.


Care Instruction

・Wash with mild dish soap with lukewarm water.

・To dry, place the bottom part upside down, and let it dry completely before storing it away. This way it prevents the possible mildew to grow on the pot.

・Make sure that the bottom is dry before you set the donabe on the heat. Any moisture on the outer bottom surface could cause possible cracking when heated.

・If you find a crack on the donabe that goes to the edge or has any visible damage, stop using it immediately.

・It cannot be used with an induction cooker.

AZMAYA

Since 1997

Japan

* * *

Making the best use of skilled Japanese craftsmanship, Azmaya collaborates with artisans, designers, and small local manufactures to revive an old Japanese aesthetic sense.

From beautifully crafted tableware and functionally calculated kitchenware, their specialized housewares are made with a consistent commitment to using traditional techniques and only the highest quality materials found in Japan.   

While respecting the traditions of Japanese craftwork, Azmaya creates something new by modifying the design to match tested Japanese “tools” with the present age. The collection features minimalist design reflecting the high level of skill and superior techniques of the artisans today.

Easy to use, made to last. Our new standard in everyday life.

Iga Donabe Pot – Black

Brands:AZMAYA

USD$455.46USD$617.08

 

Clay ceramic

Made in Japan

 

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Iga Donabe Pot – Black

Brands:AZMAYA

USD$455.46USD$617.08

 

Clay ceramic

Made in Japan

 

Clear
SKU: KTAZM19465 Category: Tags: , , ,

Donabe, a traditional Japanese multipurpose earthenware pot, is most often used for ‘hot pot’ cooking, soup, rice, etc.

Handcrafted using the traditional techniques in the city of Iga, Mie prefecture that has continued since the Edo period, this AZMAYA Donabe pot offers superior heat retention and breathability while stewing and braising foods like fish, meat, and vegetables.

Extremely resistant to heat while reacting well to repeated firing, Iga-ware utilizes clay and natural glazes local to the Iga region most suitable for Donabe. Iga clay provides an elevated level of hardness while the pebbles in the clay result in natural character and texture.

It can be used over a gas stove top. Designed for durability and everyday use to enjoy with friends and family.

If cared for properly, the AZMAYA Donabe Pot should provide your family with many years, if not decades, of loyal use.

 

In order to prevent any possible cracking or leaking, please follow the important care steps provided to properly season the Donabe Pot before first-time use.

 

*Not for use on an induction cooker.

*Variation in colour and shape may vary due to its natural material.

*This item is not qualified for free shipping.  Please contact us (info@itsumo.ca) if you have any questions. 

Medium:

Capacity: 2300ml / 3~4 people

W29cm* × H15.5mm approx. / Weight 2.7kg

 

Large:

Capacity: 3500ml / 4~5 people

W34cm* × H17cm approx. / Weight 3.5kg

 

(*Handles included.)

 

How to season Donabe Pot

Please follow this step before starting to use your donabe for the first time. It’s only one-time procedure.

Since Iga-style donabe is made of porous clay, it is important to season the donabe in order to prevent it from leaking or cracking. The best and easiest way to season the donabe is to make rice porridge in it for the first time. This simple extra step makes the donabe last for many years to come.

1. Before you use, make sure the outer bottom of the donabe is totally dry.

2. Pour water to about 80% of the pot, add cooked rice (about 20%). Stir the water and rice thoroughly often and cook it with a low ~ midium-low heat until it becomes like paste.

3. Turn off the heat and let it cool down for about 1 hour.

4. Remove the rice porridge from the donabe, and rinse the donabe thoroughly.

5. Wipe off moisture and let it dry completely before using it for the first time.

*You can repeated this procedure again if you find any cracking in the bottom of the donabe or leaking after regular use.


Care Instruction

・Wash with mild dish soap with lukewarm water.

・To dry, place the bottom part upside down, and let it dry completely before storing it away. This way it prevents the possible mildew to grow on the pot.

・Make sure that the bottom is dry before you set the donabe on the heat. Any moisture on the outer bottom surface could cause possible cracking when heated.

・If you find a crack on the donabe that goes to the edge or has any visible damage, stop using it immediately.

・It cannot be used with an induction cooker.

AZMAYA

Since 1997

Japan

* * *

Making the best use of skilled Japanese craftsmanship, Azmaya collaborates with artisans, designers, and small local manufactures to revive an old Japanese aesthetic sense.

From beautifully crafted tableware and functionally calculated kitchenware, their specialized housewares are made with a consistent commitment to using traditional techniques and only the highest quality materials found in Japan.   

While respecting the traditions of Japanese craftwork, Azmaya creates something new by modifying the design to match tested Japanese “tools” with the present age. The collection features minimalist design reflecting the high level of skill and superior techniques of the artisans today.

Easy to use, made to last. Our new standard in everyday life.

STORE LOCATION

 

279 East 6th Ave.

Vancouver BC

V5T 1J7

 

E: info@itsumo.ca

P: 604 423 3679

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