Hario

Hario Japanese Clay Donabe Stovetop Hot Pot with Glass Lid

$70
Hario

Hario Japanese Clay Donabe Stovetop Hot Pot with Glass Lid

$70
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+

Slow and steady wins the race.

​​Coming in hot! This Japanese clay pot, also known as a donabe, is a miracle-worker when it comes to cooking up low-and-slow, simmered dishes with lotsa flavor. The clay retains heat (hence, the term "hot pot"), meaning you can bring it from stovetop to table and keep your food warmer longer. Or, if you're feeling adventurous, bring a portable stove to the table and cook your braises and simmers right there for . This Hario donabe brings a modern twist to the traditional earthenware dish with its heat-resistant glass lid—so you can keep an eye on what’s cooking—and silicone lid handle. Made in Japan with expert know-how, it's both microwave and flame safe so you can go wild whipping up creamy veggie soups and cozy, melt-in-your-mouth stews.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Oh, and while we're on the topic, be sure to check out this Japanese rice pot—it sports the same functional-yet-beautiful clay and glass design.

Slow and steady wins the race.

​​Coming in hot! This Japanese clay pot, also known as a donabe, is a miracle-worker when it comes to cooking up low-and-slow, simmered dishes with lotsa flavor. The clay retains heat (hence, the term "hot pot"), meaning you can bring it from stovetop to table and keep your food warmer longer. Or, if you're feeling adventurous, bring a portable stove to the table and cook your braises and simmers right there for . This Hario donabe brings a modern twist to the traditional earthenware dish with its heat-resistant glass lid—so you can keep an eye on what’s cooking—and silicone lid handle. Made in Japan with expert know-how, it's both microwave and flame safe so you can go wild whipping up creamy veggie soups and cozy, melt-in-your-mouth stews.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Oh, and while we're on the topic, be sure to check out this Japanese rice pot—it sports the same functional-yet-beautiful clay and glass design.