Donabe, the Japanese word for clay pot, is a highly versatile and simple cooking vessel that is essential to every kitchen. They are one of the oldest types of cooking pots in Japan. Made from porous clay that heats up slowly and evenly, they’re able to hold heat at its peak temperature. This allows for gentle even cooking desired for the perfect one pot home cooked meals. You can cook everything from soups and stews to rice and casseroles in this dish. Japanese donabe cookware make great hot pots that are portable and perfect for group meals like traditional nabemono dishes such as shabu-shabu. You can use it on an open flame or in the oven without the lid. These kiln fired earthen pots hold heat well even after being removed from the heat source. Donabes are not only great for one pot cooking, they even make a beautiful dish to serve by minimizing the need for excess serving ware. Easy to use and clean, it’s no wonder that every Japanese home has at least one donabe.
Donabe Casserole Autumn Maple 8-Go
Item No: 190-932D
Donabe Casserole Earth Green 6-Go
Item No: 190-950D
Donabe Casserole Earth Green 8-Go
Item No: 190-952D
Donabe Casserole Snow Mountain 9-Go
Item No: 190-911D
Hana-Mishima Donabe Casserole, 108 Oz.
Item No: E933
Hana-Mishima Donabe Casserole, 135 Oz.
Item No: E934
Hana-Mishima Donabe Casserole, 20 Oz.
Item No: E930
Hana-Mishima Donabe Casserole, 50 Oz.
Item No: E931
Hana-Mishima Donabe Casserole, 74 Oz.
Item No: E932
Kikka Blue Donabe Casserole 10"
Item No: J3501A
Kikka Blue Donabe Casserole 11"
Item No: J3502A
Kikka Blue Donabe Casserole 9"
Item No: J3503A
Kikka Blue Donabe Casserole, 28 Oz.
Item No: J3490A
Kikyo Donabe Casserole, 64 oz.
Item No: J2446C
Kikyo Donabe Casserole, 90 oz.
Item No: J2446D
Kikyo Donabe Casserole, 28 oz.
Item No: J2446A
Sakura Donabe Casserole, 64 Oz.
Item No: J2445C
Sakura Donabe Casserole, 104 Oz.
Item No: J2445D
Sakura Donabe Casserole, 135 Oz.
Item No: J2445E
Sakura Donabe Casserole, 32 Oz.
Item No: J2445A