Ohitsu Dinnerware series is SOA Ceramics’ Miraku Gama dinnerware category in which it has distinctive design function that focus on heat preservation cooking. It comes with cover, so when heat need to be conserved, this product can come in handy. It is a type of high quality kitchenware products.
With design and technology being born in Japan, Ohitsu series also utilize high quality material from Japan as the commitment of manufacturer towards food safety and user health as their upmost importance.
Stringent test standards and procedures are always conducted before product can be launched into the market.
Any harmful substance towards human or environment is strictly prohibited in the process of making the product, therefore user can prepare meal without worry.
Heat can be better conserved to reduce energy for re-heating purpose.
Treated product surface to ensure food stain after usage can be easily washed off.
Better food taste with high-quality Japanese material, best used for soup and similar cooking.
What is Ohitsu?
Rice can be said closely related to japanese cuisine. One said the quality of rice determine the overall satisfaction of the meal, so the methodology of rice cooking became so important. During 1950’s, when the rice cooker started to be commercialized, japanese started to improve the way of rice being cooked, aiming to cook rice more fluffy and tastier. That was certainly true with so many functions and performance introduced by rice cooker manufacturers. Until recently, there are further trends some families started using ceramic-ware to cook rice in even more delicious manner.
Before the rice cooker being introduced, japanese rely on pot to cook rice. However, with such pot, it is easy that rice can be overcooked, therefore a warm-keeping bowl is required to transfer and keep the rice at good condition. Such bowl is known as ‘Ohitsu’. And the usage ‘Ohitsu’ became more popular as it is easy to carry. On top of that, it is also found that by using ‘Ohitsu’, rice become tasty and also it saves energy.