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SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)

R 3,600.00
  • SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)
  • SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)
  • SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)
  • SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)

WAZA

SUGIMATSU Ceramics Black Charcoal Stove (Shichirin)

R 3,600.00

Traditional Japanese shichirin (also called hibachi) are charcoal stoves made from diatomaceous earth (keisodo in Japanese) mined in the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture. They are available in hand-cut versions, kneaded keisodo versions and also in ceramic versions like this black version. It has a kneaded diatomaceous earth inner, which offers the famed insulating and heat retention properties that makes it ideal for outside cooking. This is inserted into a black ceramic outer, which provides a double insulating layer. A ceramic sliding door allows you to regulate air flow and temperature. With no metal parts, it does not rust and is ideal for outdoor use. The heat retention means you can leisurely keep on cooking as you eat

Dimensions: Diameter -  27.5cm, Height - 24.5 cm

Sugimatsu (Cedarpine) Ceramics was established in 1916 and is located in Aichi Prefecture. It is managed by a 3rd generation husband and wife team, who make all the ceramic shichirin by hand. From over 50 producers in its heyday, only they continue to make the distinctive black, double-layered stove which Mr. Sugiura Kazunori took over from his father and grandfather in 1977.

You can see a short video of how these stoves are made here: https://youtu.be/PFuZaTZedZs

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Traditional Japanese shichirin (also called hibachi) are charcoal stoves made from diatomaceous earth (keisodo in Japanese) mined in the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture. They are available in hand-cut versions, kneaded keisodo versions and also in ceramic versions like this black version. It has a kneaded diatomaceous earth inner, which offers the famed insulating and heat retention properties that makes it ideal for outside cooking. This is inserted into a black ceramic outer, which provides a double insulating layer. A ceramic sliding door allows you to regulate air flow and temperature. With no metal parts, it does not rust and is ideal for outdoor use. The heat retention means you can leisurely keep on cooking as you eat

Dimensions: Diameter -  27.5cm, Height - 24.5 cm

Sugimatsu (Cedarpine) Ceramics was established in 1916 and is located in Aichi Prefecture. It is managed by a 3rd generation husband and wife team, who make all the ceramic shichirin by hand. From over 50 producers in its heyday, only they continue to make the distinctive black, double-layered stove which Mr. Sugiura Kazunori took over from his father and grandfather in 1977.

You can see a short video of how these stoves are made here: https://youtu.be/PFuZaTZedZs