Japanese Tradition

Meets Contemporary Cooking

Originally made of clay or cast iron, the Nabe’s roots can be traced back to 14,000 B.C. northern Japan. Using “Niebana” – a temperature range between 96°C and 100°C – Nabe pots distribute warmth evenly throughout the cooking process to release natural savors, and retain heat long after being taken off the fire. When placed at the center of the table, the Nabe immerses guests into an intimate and hearty dining experience.

With the Maho Nabé – Japanese for “magic pot” – and its vacuum double-wall technology, Tiger has reinvented this multi-millennial tradition for the pleasure of food lovers everywhere.