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Binchotan Charcoal

There are 3 great origins of binchotan in Japan: Kishu, Tosa, Hyuga. Each name comes from the old name of the production area. Kishu is the ancient name of southern Wakayama Prefecture, Tosa is present Kochi, and Hyuga is the current Prefecture of Miyazaki. The best known of the binchotan is the one originating from Kishu, as it might be at the origin of the Japanese binchotan.

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  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau JOWARIDAI

    • In stock
    From €102.00 -40% €170.00

    Binchotan Lau JOWARIDAI coal from Laos in half- or quarter-moon shapes

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau ARAWARIDAI

    • In stock
    From €31.00

    Binchotan Lau ARAWARIDAI coal from Laos in half- or quarter-moon shapes

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau ARAWARISHOU

    • In stock
    From €31.00

    Binchotan Lau ARAWARISHOU coal from Laos in half- or quarter-moon shapes

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KIRIWARIDAI

    • In stock
    From €32.00

    Binchotan Lau KIRIWARIDAI coal from Laos in half- or quarter-moon shapes

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau ARAMARUDAI

    • In stock
    From €31.00

    Binchotan Lau ARAMARUDAI coal from Laos in logs

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KIRIWARISHOU

    • In stock
    From €100.75 -35% €155.00

    Binchotan Lau KIRIWARISHOU coal from Laos in half or quarter moons

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau ARAMARUSHOU

    • Available soon
    From €31.00

    Binchotan Lau ARAMARUSHOU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KIRIFUTOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €33.00

    Binchotan Lau KIRIFUTOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KIRIJOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €33.00

    Binchotan Lau KIRIJOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KIRIKOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €33.00

    Binchotan Lau KIRIKOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau JOWARISHOU

    • Available soon
    From €102.00 -40% €170.00

    Binchotan Lau JOWARISHOU coal from Laos in half- or quarter-moon shapes

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau FUTOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €175.00

    Binchotan Lau FUTOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau JOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €175.00

    Binchotan Lau JOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

  • Charcoal Binchotan Lau KOMARU

    • Available soon
    From €175.00

    Binchotan Lau KOMARU log charcoal from Laos

    Sold in 15kg boxes.

    Binchotan is commonly known as white coal, because of the whitish colour of its surface. This is due to rapid cooling as soon as it comes out of the kiln, as it is covered with a light greyish mixture of earth, sand and ash. This method stops it from incandescing.

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