Ginpo Kikka Banko Donabe Rice Cooker 3 rice cooker cups (3 Gou)
Anyone can easily make delicious rice in just 30 minutes with this Ginpo Kikka Banko Donabe Rice Cooker.
The size is suitable to cook up to 3 rice cooker cups (3 Gou*), which is equivalent to 450g. *A Gou is a rice cooker cup, and one Gou is equivalent to 150g.
The amount of water used will be 1.1 to 1.2 times the amount of rice.
The double-lid construction eliminates the risk of spillage, and with the simple step of "turn off the heat when you see steam," anyone can easily enjoy freshly cooked, delicious rice.
This stylish design is perfect for entertaining guests by placing it on the table and serving hot rice.
Suitable for stewed dishes in addition to cooked rice. Oden, stew, and soup etc. are less likely to fall apart, and the broth soaks into the ingredients well, giving them more Umami.
Mr. Hidemasa Yamamoto, the former Executive Chef of The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C., and the first Executive Chef of Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, has also given his seal of approval to the product, saying that it is easy to use and produces delicious freshly cooked rice without any mistakes.
- Measure the 450g (3 rice cooker cups: 3 Gou)of rice and 540g of water.
- Wash the rice with cold water well, drain in a strainer, and transfer the rice to a clay pot.
- Add 540g of water into the pot and soak the rice for 20-30 minutes.
- Heat over medium to high heat.
- Steam comes out from the hole in the lid when it boils, then turn off the heat.
- Let it steam for about 20 minutes.
150g(1 rice cooker cup: 1 Gou) of rice -180g of water
300g(2 rice cooker cups: 2 Gou) of rice - 360g of water
- Quantity: 1
- Dimension: D22.5cm(8.9in) x H16cm(6.3in) / Up to 3 cups(3 Gou) of rice: 450g
- Capacity: 1.8ℓ(60.9oz)
- Material: Pottery - Banko ware (Not compatible with IH)
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: GINPO
In 1932, Sutematsu Kumamoto, the first generation of the company, built a factory to realize high quality manufacturing that I can be satisfied with.
In the midst of hardships and challenges, he listened to the voices of users and continued to develop earthenware pots that fit into people's lives. The "Kikka" series, completed through this history, continues to bring smiles to diners around the world.
About BaNKO ware
Yokkaichi Banko ware is a ceramic ware produced in Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture. Since ancient times, it has been used to make daily necessities such as tea bowls and plates, as well as works of art such as vases.
Today, Kyusu teapots and earthenware pots are representative products of Banko ware, and earthenware pots in particular account for 80% to 90% of all earthenware pots produced in Japan.
Yokkaichi Banko ware is characterized by the excellent heat resistance due to the ceramic clay used. The clay used for earthenware pots is mixed with about 40% lithium ore called petalite, which has a high heat resistance. This technique is patented by Yokkaichi Banko ware and cannot be seen anywhere else.