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Ginpo Mishima Induction Donabe Casserole Mishima

Size: 25cm

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Product Information

  • Brand:Ginpo Mishima
  • Material:Stoneware (Banko ware)
  • Product type:Donabe Casserole Dishes
  • Country of origin:Japan (Yokkaichi, Mie)
  • 25cm:Dimensions (approx): Outside diameter: φ250 x 140 mm, Inner diameter: φ213 x 70 mm, Base diameter: 175 mm, Capacity (approx): 2.2 L, 2-3 servings, Item weight (approx): 2200 g, Shipping weight (approx): 2800 g
  • 28cm:Dimensions (approx): Outside diameter: φ280 x 160 mm, Inner diameter: φ242 x 75 mm, Base diameter: 175 mm, Capacity (approx): 3.3 L, 4-5 servings, Item weight (approx): 3000 g, Shipping weight (approx): 3600 g
  • 31cm:Dimensions (approx): Outside diameter: φ310 x 170 mm, Inner diameter: φ268 x 85 mm, Base diameter: 175 mm, Capacity (approx): 4.3 L, 5-6 servings, Item weight (approx): 3600 g, Shipping weight (approx): 4200 g

Key Features

  • Compatible with induction heating.
  • One of Mishima Donabe series, which has been a Japanese representative Donabe with a majestic flower pattern since 1970s. Now not only professional chefs but also cooking lovers inside and outside Japan use Mishima Donabe(s) because of their excellent functionality and durability proved by more than 20 years consistent use at restaurants.
  • Painted one by one with a brush carefully chosen by each professional, and said to be one of the best Donabe loved by people over half a century.

Use & Care

  • Do not wash it with a dishwasher, which can’t dry it sufficiently and will cause problems such as bad smell and mold.
  • Do not soak it in water for a long time because it has water absorption properties. Make sure to dry it thoroughly after use.
  • Avoid leaving food for a long time or cooking heavily flavored food in it until 5th time of use.
  • Careful heat adjustment and stirring are recommended to prevent its base burning.

Background

Ginpo Co., Ltd. was founded in Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan in 1932. It is a leading manufacturer with kiln for Donabe casserole in Japan.

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