Bankoyaki Earthenware donabe clay pot in a neutral and simple gray and white design. Bankoware clay pots originate from the Edo period and is the top recognized Japanese Donabe. It has excellent heat resistance and convection - and can be used over direct flame for a variety of nabemono cuisines, stews, as well as for cooking rice.
This is a smaller, deeper version of the popular Ginpo Hanamishima Donabe Casserole Pot - a small masterpiece featuring functionality and durability. This Japanese earthen pot series has been a long bestseller since the 1970s. It features a cool floral pattern hand-painted by artisans.
Ginpo has a long history producing durable and heat-resistant pottery for cooking. Hanamishima is Ginpo's representative product with detailed technique. This collection comprises of products that have been manufactured since the company’s establishment.