Technical Information


  1. A - HANDLES
    Organic texture echoing ancient Japanese craftsmanship
  2. B - LID
    Equipped with a heat-locking insulator
  3. C - SHELL
    Vacuum double-wall that insulates heat
  4. D - BOTTOM
    Three layers help transmit heat efficiently and insulated structure favors even heat distribution
  5. E - TRIVET
    Concave shape prevents heat from escaping through the bottom of the Maho Nabé

Without Trivet
Dimensions: 37.7 × 27.6 × 20.1 cm
Weight: 3.6 kg

With Trivet
Dimensions: 37.7 × 27.6 × 21.5 cm
Weight: 4.0 kg

Inside diameter
23 cm

6 liters

Actual capacity
3.5 liters


  1. A - HANDLES
  2. B - LID
    Exterior: stainless steel
    Interior: polystyrene foam
    Stainless steel
  4. D - SHELL
    Vacuum-insulated stainless steel
  5. E - BOTTOM
    Three layers:
    Stainless steel - aluminum - stainless steel
  6. F - TRIVET

Use & Care

- Wash with water (there may be a very small amount of lubricant left over from the production process).

- Adjust stove temperature to avoid overheating and spilling (because the Maho Nabé is more efficient than regular pots, liquids tend to boil quicker).
- After heating, remove from stove and place on trivet.
- Use medium heat as high heat may negatively affect flavors. Always adjust the heat setting to low or lower heat when cooking on a gas cooktop.
- The Maho Nabé’s tight lid makes it perfect for anhydrous cooking. 

- Do not use in oven
- Do not use in microwave
- Do not use in dishwasher
- When cooking on flame, make sure the flame does not go beyond the bottom, body or handle.
- Use caution when lifting lid as steam temperature could be hazardous for skin.
- Use mittens as handles may be too hot.
- Do not use high heat to warm empty Maho Nabé.
- Once cooking is finished, use wooden trivet to insulate heat efficiently.

Maintenance Instructions

- Clean as soon as possible after cooking.
- Use synthetic kitchen detergent for cleaning.
- Use sponge or soft cloth.
- Do not use in dishwasher.
- Do not use in dish dryer.
- Do not leave the Maho Nabé soaked in water for too long.
- Do not use: thinner, polishing cleanser powder, bleach, chemical cleaning wipes, metal scrub brush, nylon scrub brush or sandpaper.
- To remove burn marks, pour in lukewarm water with detergent, and then wash with sponge.
- To remove stubborn stains, pour in citric acid (about 30 g) and lukewarm water to the halfway point, and stir. After 2 to 3 hours, wash with sponge.
- Make sure to remove moistune and dry thoroughly (after cleaning) in order to avoid corrosion.
- To clean trivet, use cloth with diluted detergent. Then wipe off moisture with dry cloth.