Noto Dia Table-Top Charcoal Grill Shichirin Hida Konro (Rectangular)
Material:Diatomaceous Earth (Diatomite)
Product type:Tabletop Grills
Country of origin:Japan (Suzu, Ishikawa)
Rectangular:Dimensions (approx): 290×160 mm, Height: 130 mm, Item weight (approx): 1900 g, Shipping weight (approx): 2400 g
- Traditional portable clay cooking stove used in high class restaurants.
- The sculpted diatomite keeps its original microstructure and has lighter weight, better durability and thermal insulation than molded diatomite.
- Made of the natural material from Oku-Noto in Noto Peninsula.
- The memorable design is made by printed washi paper with a song from traditional Japanese Noh play "Makurajidou".
- All hand-made by their skilled craftsmen from digging underground diatomaceous earth mine to sculpturing, firing and finishing.
Use & Care
- Barbecue grill mesh is not included.
- Diatomite has a good thermal insulation. Use less than half amount of charcoal.
- NEVER use charcoal to cook or provide heat inside enclosed areas. Charcoal grills can give off carbon monoxide.
- Handle with care.
- Allow grill to cool naturally before cleaning.
- Do not wash. Wipe with a damp cloth.
- Store in dry and ventilated area.
Noto Dia Kogyo K.K. was founded in 1973 in Suzu City, Ishikawa, where is the largest diatomite producer in Japan.