Hana-Mishima, Ginpo's long-running flagship model.The Hana-Mishima series of cookware is intended mainly for household use; pots are available in nine sizes, from #5 to #11. The ceramic skillets are available in two sizes, #6 and #8. Hana-Mishima cookware can be used over an open flame, in an oven, or in a microwave oven. A variety of ceramic tableware items are also available.
Kyo-Mishima is a shallow pot with a classic Kyoto-style donabe (earthen pot) silhouette, developed by altering the depth of the Hana-Mishima pot. Kyo-Mishima has an elegant presence on the table and can be stacked upon each other which helps reduce shelf space, making it perfect for professional use in restaurants.
Special heat-resistant ceramic cookware featuring a fine crackling pattern called Ninsei's Kannyu. By skillfully controlling the proportions of raw materials, we produce minute fractures on the outer surface of the glaze and then fill the fractures with "sumi" to highlight the pattern.The Sumi-Kannyu series items are very popular; noted for their designs, they convey the feeling of cleanliness, with patterns you'll always enjoy.
Kikka series pots are light in weight and can be brought to a boil quicker than usual. Kikka pots are also excellent for retaining heat after the heat is turned off. You can cook rice easily with a Kikka because it has ridges inside, showing how much water to put in. Unlike conventional donabe (earthen pot), the Kikka requires no "pre seasoning" before use. Fitted with easy to grip handles .
The name "BLISSIO" comes from the English word "bliss." BLISSIO series pots, features our first air-tight pot, have been developed to enable a new eating lifestyle in which people can enjoy cooking, appreciate the rich taste of ingredients and savor delicious meals, all while delighting in conversation with family and friends at the table. BLISSIO is great for cooking as it retains heat and it is ideal for waterless cooking.