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    No! All our Tiger appliances meet all relevant Australian energy safety requirements, including having the correct power plug for use in Australia.

    Yes! Tiger rice cookers are made in Japan. The Tiger Corporation, a company based in Osaka, Japan, manufactures these appliances. Tiger Corporation is renowned for its high-quality kitchen appliances and has been a trusted name in the industry since 1923. Their products, including rice cookers, are appreciated worldwide for their durability, efficiency, and innovation.

    Choosing the best Tiger rice cooker depends largely on your specific needs, such as family size, the type of rice you cook most often, and desired features.

    • Tiger JNP is one of the most popular lines of rice cookers produced by the Tiger. They're designed for simplicity and ease of use, while also ensuring excellent cooking results every time.
    • Tiger JAX series of rice cookers brings together the brand's signature quality and cutting-edge technology, offering a wide range of features designed to make cooking easy and efficient.
    • The Tiger JPK series of rice cookers represents the company's commitment to constant innovation and superior quality. Equipped with advanced features and sleek design, these models bring the convenience and versatility of cooking to another level.

    Yes, many Tiger rice cooker models, especially those in the JAX and JPK series, have a slow cook function. This allows you to use your rice cooker for a wide range of dishes beyond rice, including soups, stews, and more.

    Yes, Tiger rice cookers can absolutely cook brown rice. They are designed with specific cooking functions to handle a variety of rice types, including brown rice. The cookers adjust the cooking time and temperature according to the type of rice, ensuring perfect results each time.

    Please read the instruction manual included.

    Yes, Tiger rice cookers, especially those in the JAX and JPK series, come with multiple cooking functions. You can use them for cooking porridge, steaming vegetables or fish, slow cooking, and even baking in some models.

    Unplug the cooker and let it cool down. Remove the inner pot and lid, and wash them with warm, soapy water. Do not immerse the main body of the cooker in water; instead, wipe it with a damp cloth. Make sure all parts are dry before reassembling and storing.

    Please read included manual for specific instructions.

    Tiger offers a limited warranty on its rice cookers, typically for one year from the date of purchase. This covers defects in material or workmanship. Be sure to register your product and keep the proof of purchase to claim warranty service.

    The 'tacook' function is a synchronized cooking feature available in certain Tiger rice cooker models. It allows you to cook rice in the main inner pot and a secondary dish in the tacook cooking plate simultaneously, saving time and effort. The key advantage of this feature is that the flavors of the two dishes do not mix.

    A Micom rice cooker, like the JAX series, uses a microcomputer (Micom) to adjust cooking temperatures and times for optimal results. An IH (Induction Heating) rice cooker, like the JPK series, generates heat directly in the inner cooking pan for more precise temperature control and consistent results.

    Collection of Tiger rice cookers