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Japanese Earthen Donabe - White

$120

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Donabe is a Japanese casserole dish used to cook a variety of one pot dishes such as yosenabe, nabeyaki udon, sukiyaki and udon. Originating in Japan's Iga province, the earthenware pots are made out of clay with properties ideal for operating at high temperatures, including in kilns and during high-heat cooking. We love using these for hot pot!
Details

W2.2 x D1.85 x H1.15cm

Story

Mino ware (Mino yaki in Japanese) refers to pottery made mainly in eastern Gifu Prefecture in the towns of Tajimi, Toki, Mizunami, and Kani. Presently, Mino ceramics accounts for around 50% of the total production of ceramics in Japan (Gifu Economic and Industrial Promotion Center, 2017 Ceramics Industry).

Origin

Japan
Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Gifu (岐阜市, Gifu-shi) is a city located in the south-central portion of Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and serves as the prefectural capital. The city has played an important role in Japan's history because of its location in the middle of the country.

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