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    Nagatanien Ibushigin Smoking Pot

    Experience the authentic smoky flavor of outdoor cooking right in your own home with Nagatanie... See more

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    Experience the authentic smoky flavor of outdoor cooking right in your own home with Nagatanien's "Ibushigin" smoking pot, made with Iga-yaki pottery and designed to seal in the smoke and aroma without filling your room with smoke.


    • Made with thick and rough-textured Iga-yaki pottery, known for its excellent heat retention
    • Designed to be used on gas stoves only, not suitable for induction cooktops
    • Seal in smoke and aroma with a sealing effect between the lid and the main body
    • Easy to use, simply line the bottom of the pot with aluminum foil, place wood chips on top, add food on the stainless steel mesh, and heat
    • Takes advantage of the far-infrared effect of the pottery to cook food quickly and evenly
    • Comes with cherry wood chips for added flavor
    • Can be used to smoke a variety of foods, including meats, fish, and vegetables
    • Perfect for adding some excitement to your daily drinking routine or enjoying with friends during holidays


    • Dimensions: approximately Φ23.5×H18cm
    • Weight: approximately 3kg
    • Capacity: approximately 1200ml
    • Materials: main body (ceramic, Iga-yaki pottery), mesh (stainless steel), chips (cherry wood)
    • Suitable for gas stoves only (not for induction cooktops)
    • Can be used without water, but dry firing is possible

    Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use smoke chips with your Ibushi Gin smoker:

    1. Prepare two pieces of 10-12 cm square aluminum foil.
    2. Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the bottom of the pan.
    3. Add a handful of the included chips on top of the foil.
    4. Lift the edge of another sheet of aluminum foil to make a saucer and set it on top of the chip.
    5. Place the Ibushi Gin smoker on the stove and turn on the heat.
    6. After 4-5 minutes, cover the smoker with its lid.
    7. When smoke starts coming out from the groove's edge, pour water into the groove.
    8. Wait for 4-5 minutes and turn off the heat.
    9. Leave the smoker as it is and let it smoke with the residual heat for approximately 20 minutes.
    10. After the smoking process is complete, carefully open the smoker and enjoy your delicious, smoky dish!