A soup and stew donabe, “Miso-shiru Nabe”.
A traditional Japanese earthenware cooking pot intended to be placed directly onto a flame. In cooking with a donobe, the meal that results is regarded as an experience, a craft, a ritual or a ceremony of slow cooking, and with intention. Made by the masters, this pot is authentic Iga-Yaki pottery, by Nagatani-en from Iga, Japan. Iga-yaki is one of Japan’s most highly-regarded traditional ceramics, which is said to have originated in the late 7th Century. The clay pot includes a handmade rush trivet, shaped to hold even a round-bottomed pot like a donabe securely in place.
-Clay Pot with Lid
-8.5″ tall x 11″ diameter
-Holds about 6.5 cups
-Made in Japan