Traditional Japanese Donabe – Grey Swirl
Swirled to perfection, this kiln-fired earthenware donabe is a work of art in itself. Donabe – which translates to clay pot – is a centuries-old cooking vessel and everyday essential in Japanese kitchens for preparing soup, stews, rice, casseroles and even shabu-shabu. The slow-heating, porous clay surface warms evenly, drawing out dynamic flavors and keeping thoughtfully-prepared dishes toasty. From cooking meals on the stove or in the oven to serving and sharing them with loving company, this one-stop pot elevates your dining experience from start to finish.
The best part? Enjoying traditional Japanese cuisine or homemade one-pot fare from a donabe brings families and friends together at the table – with this elegantly crafted pot as its centerpiece. Housewarming gift, anyone?
Joy Tip See Marie Kondo's Tips for Hosting a Japanese-Inspired Dinner Party here.