Because white binchotan is the hardest charcoal, it is also the hardest to light. However, once it is lit it will burn at the highest temperature for the longest amount of time. White Binchotan can burn between 1652-2192ºF / 900-1200ºC.
About Kishu White Binchotan Jokomaru
Kishu binchotan is made in the city of Tanabe in Wakayama prefecture, and is the most widely recognized brand. The municipality is dedicated to maintaining the quality born of tradition in all its binchotan production. The Kishu white binchotan komaru are whole pieces of ubame oak, and these will take longer to light than the hanmaru.
-Manufactured in Wakayama, Japan.
-Burn Time: 4-5 Hours
-Type - Whole Pieces of Ubame Oak