Hario

Hario Japanese Rice Cooker Pot

$75$95
Hario

Hario Japanese Rice Cooker Pot

$75$95
4.2 Stars / 17 Reviews
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Go with the grain.

In Japanese, "hario" means “the king of glass,” and this heat-resistant pot totally lives up to the name. For the softest, fluffiest rice you ever did see, measure your rice and liquid using the handy internal measuring guide, simmer on high till the top whistles, then turn off the heat. After a quick 15 minute steam, your rice is ready for anything. That little vent lets out extra steam to help control overflow, and the glass lid gives you a front row seat for the magic happening inside. Now all you have to do is opt for the little guy or larger size (perfect for dinner parties). Picture perfect rice—short grain, long grain, they're all fair game—will be yours from here on out.

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For picture-perfect white rice, use the following ratios in your new pot:

  • 3/4 cup rice to 220 milliliters water, for small pot, or 200 milliliters water, for large pot (200-220 grams, about 7-7.5 ounces)
  • 1.5 cups rice to 400 milliliters water (400 grams, about 14 ounces)
  • 2.25 cups rice to 600 milliliters water (600 grams, about 21 ounces)

Go with the grain.

In Japanese, "hario" means “the king of glass,” and this heat-resistant pot totally lives up to the name. For the softest, fluffiest rice you ever did see, measure your rice and liquid using the handy internal measuring guide, simmer on high till the top whistles, then turn off the heat. After a quick 15 minute steam, your rice is ready for anything. That little vent lets out extra steam to help control overflow, and the glass lid gives you a front row seat for the magic happening inside. Now all you have to do is opt for the little guy or larger size (perfect for dinner parties). Picture perfect rice—short grain, long grain, they're all fair game—will be yours from here on out.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

For picture-perfect white rice, use the following ratios in your new pot:

  • 3/4 cup rice to 220 milliliters water, for small pot, or 200 milliliters water, for large pot (200-220 grams, about 7-7.5 ounces)
  • 1.5 cups rice to 400 milliliters water (400 grams, about 14 ounces)
  • 2.25 cups rice to 600 milliliters water (600 grams, about 21 ounces)