The Anaori Kakugama cooking pot is an unexpected take on the essential piece of kitchen equipment that works to provide an unparalleled experience for chefs of all ranges. The pot is crafted from a solid block of carbon graphite, which gives it enhanced rigidity and is rated to deliver five-times more infrared waves when compared to cast iron. The interior of the cubic pot is rounded to help deliver uniform heating and offer exceptional capabilities with a wide range of recipes.
The Anaori Kakugama cooking pot comes with two lids including a round wooden one for covering the pot opening along with a cabin graphite one for sealing the exterior. The pot comes in two size options including 3.4-liters and 5.1-liters, which are priced at ¥189,000 and ¥348,000, respectively.
The Anaori Kakugama Maintains a Functional Cubic Design
1. Carbon Graphite Cookware - Incorporating carbon graphite into cooking equipment is a trend that enhances heat distribution and durability.
2. Uniform Heating Design - A trend in cookware that features rounded, cubic interiors offers superior heating and cooking capabilities for a variety of dishes.
3. Hybrid Lid Solutions - A trend in cookware that offers multiple lid options, including a wooden one and a carbon graphite one, provides customers with customized and versatile cooking experiences.
1. Kitchenware - The kitchenware industry can utilize carbon graphite to create innovative and durable cookware designs that offer superior cooking capabilities.
2. Luxury Home Goods - The luxury home goods industry can market high-end cookware like the Anaori Kakugama as the epitome of sophistication and technology in the kitchen.
3. Outdoor/camping Equipment - The outdoor/camping equipment industry can create lighter and more efficient cookware that features carbon graphite materials to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.