Tabletop Cookware

Japanese hot pot dish called Nabemono (or simply Nabe) is a hearty wintertime specialty, in which fish, seafood, meat and/or vegetables are cooked in unseasoned fish broth and kept hot at the dining table by portable stoves.

Nabemono are usually served into Tonsui bowls and eaten with a sauce sometimes called tare, literally "dipping".

Pots are usually placed in the center of dining tables and are shared by multiple people. This is considered the most sociable way to eat with friends and family.

Wooden Serving Spoon


These wooden spoons are typically used for hotpot and noodle dishes but they can be used as serving utensils for any other dish at restaurants and catering events.Specifications• Material: Wood• Dimensions: 8.5" dia• Color:...

Round Tabletop Grill 8.25" dia


Enhance your presentation with this tabletop grill (or hida konro). Small portions of meat, fish and/or vegetable can be cooked with a sterno or small pieces of charcoal placed underneath. Pour a small amount of water (about 3/4" from the bottom) inside...

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Textured Cast Iron Sukiyaki Pot


Sukiyaki is a popular and well known tabletop Japanese dish, which consists of thinly sliced meat lightly stewed in a sweet and savory braising liquid. This shallow cast iron pot retains heat well and distributes heat efficiently and evenly, and is not...

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Black Banrai Tofu Making Pot


This pot was created by tofu producer, Minami Sangyo, to make tofu making easier. This pot has been designed so you can enjoy tabletop tofu making with minimal water and chafing fuel. a 10 gram chafing fuel that burns for 10 minutes is the ideal form of...

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Yamaga Cast Iron Pot


Yamaga pots conjure up a feeling of nostalgia for Japanese people as these pots were traditionally hung over open fire in an irori (hearth) and cooking was done in a central location of each home. These are best used for tabletop cooking but can also be...

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