Kishu White Binchotan Jokomaru
Because white binchotan is the hardest charcoal, it is also the hardest to light. However, once it is lit it will burn at the highest temperature for the longest amount of time. White Binchotan can burn between 1652-2192ºF / 900-1200ºC.
About Kishu White Binchotan Jokomaru
Kishu binchotan is made in the city of Tanabe in Wakayama prefecture, and is the most widely recognized brand. The municipality is dedicated to maintaining the quality born of tradition in all its binchotan production. The Kishu white binchotan komaru are whole pieces of ubame oak, and these will take longer to light than the hanmaru.
-Manufactured in Wakayama, Japan.
-Burn Time: 4-5 Hours
-Type - Whole Pieces of Ubame Oak
- Even if its no longer BBQ season and it's time to put those grills away for the cold winter, binchotan can still be used around the house.
- Binchotan filters and absorbs chemicals in water. All water filters have white charcoal in them.
- Absorbs odors
- Absorbs dampness You can put it in your fridge to replace baking soda, then simply soak them in water to revive their effectiveness!
- Try leaving binchotan on your bedside. Binchotan produces negative ions that helps the immune system and decreases electromagnetism.
- Neutralizes and improves soil quality for plants.
- Small amounts of binchotan powder can help kill stomach viruses, prevent food poisoning, and stop indegestion. *Warning: Large amounts is unhealthy.*
- Small amounts in rice cookers increases the rice's calcium content and allows it to keep for longer.
- Bathing with a little bit of binchotan in the water can help improve blood cycle, hair and skin.
- Allow the charcoal sit over a direct flame for 30 minutes to an hour. Korin recommends using a binchotan starter pan for convenience.
- Fan the charcoal to heat faster.
Please do not burn charcoal indoors, only in well ventilated areas. All types of burning charcoal will produce odorless Carbon Monoxide gas. For best result, keep in cool and dry environments. Damp charcoal may take longer to ignite and may be hazardous.