Located south of Nagoya, the town of Iga is renown as one the world’s oldest kiln sites. For many, Iga ware embodies the essence of Japanese ceramics. The clay is naturally porous and ideal for cookware as the small air pockets allows for even and fragrant slow cooking. As a brand, Iga Mono has revived these centuries old ceramic materials and techniques of the Iga region with a contemporary touch. Iga Mono donabes have since become a staple in many Japanese kitchens.
I am an “Ibushi Gin” Donabe Smoker. Strong and stable individual looking for soul mate who wants a warm and cozy home. Fresh fish, meat and vegetables need only apply.$290.00
I am a “Kamado-san” Rice Donabe. You’d be hard pressed to find anything more patient than me but the one who waits will reap the benefit. The fluffy rice and the crispy edges will leave you hungry for more.$190.00
I am a “Mushi Nabe” Donabe Steamer. It’s getting hot and steamy in here. Must be my chiseled ceramic bod and my ridiculously good looks.$190.00
I am a “Yaki Yaki San” Grill Pan. There’s a lot of meat out there that would do anything for that sun kissed look. They’ll just lie back on my grill, lather on the oil, throw on some sunnies, and it’s like a day at the beach. (Just don’t tell them how it all ends…).$200.00