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4th Market Cocer Nabe Cooking Pot

These Japanese Nabe cooking pots are amazingly versatile. Traditionally used for hotpots and stews these dishes have been made by special Bankoyaki artisans in Mie Prefecture, Japan.

Bankoyaki ceramics are famous for their heat resistant properties that make them ideal for cooking. The stoneware can be used directly on the heat. You can cook on your gas stovetop or on a bbq as well as using in the oven and dishwasher.

Use these pots to make soups, oden, hotpots or even cook rice.

Product details: 

  • Height 140 mm
  • Diameter 180 mm
  • Content 1000 cc / 1 ltr
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Oven safe to 500 degrees
  • Microwave-safe
  • Freezer-safe
  • Gas
  • Barbeque

About 4TH-Market: Mie prefecture in Japan has always been home to many famous Ceramic manufacturers. In 2005 four of these manufacturers, specialized in Bankoyaki Ceramics, decided to join forces and establish a new company called 4th-market.

The main focus of Japanese “Bankoyaki” artisans is to create beautiful and practical pottery suitable for day to day use. Resulting in products with a perfect shape. And as time passes by, the daily use of these ceramics will make them more beautiful.

All four manufacturers that formed 4th-market have their own unique specialism. While some of them are already more than a hundred years old, all of them have at least half a century of experience in creating ceramics.

All 4th-market products are hand made. All ceramic moulds are created and maintained by highly experienced artisans.

4th-market combines all this expertise and uses it to design beautiful, harmonious and modern lines of table and kitchenware.

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