KAMA-ASA’s cast iron rice cooking pot
KAMA-ASA’s original cast iron rice cooking pot was created to bring out the best flavor of rice by reproducing rice cooked with Hagama and Kamado. Hagama is a traditional Japanese round-bottomed pot with a ring and used with a special stove called Kamado. This shallow flat-bottomed cast iron pot would heat up similar to Kamado. Comparing with aluminum or ceramic pots, cast iron rice cooking pot can easily adjust heat and cook your ideal rice.
KAMA-ASA’s Ohitsu (Cooked rice jar)
Ohitsu is a traditional tool for storing cooked rice. It would bring out the flavor of rice by moderately cooling down and absorbing excess moisture.