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MIYAWO Thermatech Rice Cooker Donabe Casserole

Color: Navy

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Product Information

  • Brand:MIYAWO
  • Model:TDG01 / TDG02 / TDG04
  • Color:Navy / Olive / Ivory
  • Material:Body: High heat resistant ceramics, Lid: Hard ceramics
  • Product type:Donabe Casserole Dishes
  • Country of origin:Malaysia (MIYAWO factory)
  • Dimensions (approx):φ220 x 190 mm, Inner diameter: 165 mm
  • Capacity (approx):1.96 L
  • Item weight (approx):2000 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):2800 g

Key Features

  • The modern and simple design will never be worn out, good for long-term use. The inside lines can be useful to measure the water for 2 or 3 Go of rice.
  • The entire body is coated with glazed finish, so feels smooth, and will never damage safety sensor cooktops or tables.

Use & Care

  • Compatible with gas stove, microwave oven, oven and halogen cooktops, but NOT compatible with induction heating.
  • To clean a burnt casserole, let the water come to a boil in the casserole, add a tablespoon of baking soda, and simmer it for 2-3 minutes on low heat. Then turn off the heat, let the casserole cool and wash it (Hand washing is recommended). Leaving the burnt casserole unwashed may make it worse or cause bad smell. Frequent washing is recommended.

Background

MIYAWO Company Ltd. was founded in Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan in 1931, and started with the production of high quality novelties under the name of PY/Miyao, working with American distributing companies from 1949 to 1961. Then it started exporting the products to MIKASA USA. The vintage novelties in those days have been stored and exhibited at Yokkaichi Municipal Museum since 2013. Today, the company's line of business includes manufacturing of porcelain electric insulators and other electrical insulators. Miyawo Company Ltd. joined Maruri Tamaki Rikizo Shoten Group in 2015.

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