The Shichirin Hida Konro is a traditional Japanese cooking appliances made of porous clay called Keisodo. The clay consists of the algae carcasses accumulated at the bottom of the ocean over a long period of time. It is made by hollowing out the clay, before it is baked and finished. Keisodo has around 40,000 small holes per 1 micron particle that gives the Shichirin Hida Konro extraordinary heat retention power.
Use with one of our Binchotan charcoals, do not use poor quality charcoal, you will not get the best results and a lot of smoke will be produced.
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