One of our most popular styles of donabe, the Sumikannyu Donabe is a versatile addition to any kitchen. A mainstay in Japanese homes, the donabe is an earthenware pot that can be used on the stovetop to prepare a variety of nourishing stews and soups. A favorite for hotpot and shabu shabu, donabe are perfect for cold winter days. Extremely durable and long lasting, these atmospheric earthenware pots are a welcome addition to your home or restaurant. The unglazed white base and attractive crackled glazed lid make this donabe an elegant and understated choice. In six sizes, we have you covered, whether you are preparing a quiet meal for one or hosting a boisterous party. About Ginpo
In 1932 the founder of Ginpo, Sutematsu Kumamoto, was a wholesaler of ceramics but had not come across any high-quality ceramics. As a goal to produce "high-quality manufactured goods" he founded Banko Shinko Yogyosho Limited, and began to mainly manufacture tableware, "Donabe" casserole pots and flower vases.
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website. See what you can make with a Japanese donabe.