Heat the Ishiyaki Grill over a direct flame or in the over, then transfer to the table and place on a heat-proof surface. Fill the reservoir with water to prevent splattering as fats and oils drip into the grill. The water reservoir also serves to cool the exterior of the konro, which can become very hot, especially when used with Japanese binchotan charcoal, which burns at temperatures up to 1832ºF.
Popular in Japan for their even and long-lasting heat, the Ishiyaki stone will stay hot over an hour once it has been heated. A favorite way to prepare fish and vegetables, enhance your presentation by using the Ishiyaki Grill with our Black Aluminum Grill Set.
Cool the grill completely before cleaning. Avoid harsh detergents. When properly cared for, the beloved Ishiyaki grill will provide years of entertaining and memorable dining experiences.