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Miyawo Japan Thermatech Rice Cooker Donabe Casserole Ivory

Ahorre 28% Ahorre 28%
Precio original $65.77
Precio original $65.77 - Precio original $65.77
Precio original $65.77
Precio actual $47.47
$47.47 - $47.47
Precio actual $47.47

Features Of Miyawo'S Porcelain Electric Insulators

Miyawo Company Ltd. Has Been Producing High-Quality, Long-Lasting Porcelain Electric Insulators Since 1931. With A Modern And Simple Design, These Insulators Feature A Glazed Finish For A Smooth Feel And Are Compatible With Gas Stoves, Microwave Ovens, Ovens, And Halogen Cooktops, But Not With Induction Heating.

Use &Amp; Care Of Miyawo'S Porcelain Electric Insulators

The Inside Lines Of The Insulators Are Useful For Measuring The Water For 2 Or 3 Go Of Rice. To Clean A Burnt Casserole, Bring The Water To A Boil In The Casserole, Add A Tablespoon Of Baking Soda, And Simmer It For 2-3 Minutes On Low Heat. Turn Off The Heat, Let The Casserole Cool, And Wash It. It'S Recommended To Hand Wash The Casserole And To Wash It Frequently. Leaving A Burnt Casserole Unwashed May Worsen It Or Cause A Bad Smell.

Background Of Miyawo Company Ltd.

Miyawo Company Ltd. Began Producing Novelties In Yokkaichi, Mie, Japan In 1931. From 1949 To 1961, The Company Worked With American Distributing Companies And Exported Its Products To Mikasa Usa. Its Vintage Novelties Have Been Stored And Exhibited At Yokkaichi Municipal Museum Since 2013. In 2015, Miyawo Company Ltd. Joined Maruri Tamaki Rikizo Shoten Group.