Kamado-san Donabe Rice Cooker
About the Brand
The secret to Igá-Monó's superior donabe is hidden in the clay vessel’s Biwa clay: The rich residue of an ancient valley submerged by Lake Biwa is embedded with the crushed organic matter of buried sea life. When fired, the matter dissolves to create a porous pot that allows for superior heat retention and induction. Igá-Monó has been produced by the same family for 175 years at the oldest kiln site in Japan.