Japanese barbecue

Japanese barbecue

The Konro range of barbecues are very popular in Japan. You can grill a long fish on them without cutting or moving it...

  • Barbecue
  • Nettings & accessories
  • Binchotan Charcoal
    <p>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.</p>

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