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  • Handmade clay construction
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  • Large cooking surface
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 7.2 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
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  • ASIN: B0035ZWFDC
  • Item model number: 60449
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Discover what the Japanese have recognized for centuries as the best grill construction-clay. The Small Yakatori Charcoal Grill is a genuine Japanese table BBQ. Handmade using clay, the Yakatori Grill radiates heat, producing a juicier and more tender meal.

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84 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Ed Sale on October 7, 2011
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This grill is quite different from other grills in that it is made of diatomaceous earth material (think of a very fine-grained, hard clay). The clay material does not absorb heat readily and thus a small amount of charcoal maintains a hot fire for a longer period of time. I love the grill and highly recommend it. It does not come with a cover or dome. Go to Target or Walmart and buy a stainless steel mixing bowl of the correct diameter, drill a hole in the center, attach a drawer knob, and you have a cover or dome! It's a great product, cooks like a ceramic grill at a fraction of the cost.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By La Verdad on March 9, 2013
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This is an excellent grill for a single person who wants to grill single entrees in a limited space like an apt or condo. The drawback with most small grills such as the 14 inch Weber Smokey Joe or the Lodge Sportsman Hibachi is that they are still too large for one person and end up wasting a lot of charcoal. This is because it takes high heat and many briquets to reach the necessary heat level to sear a thick steak but once you reach that heat level, it doesn't take long to cook the steak. Then your remaining briquets and their heat is wasted as they continue to burn to ash unless you put the lid on and close the vents. Also with iron and metal, much of the heat is transferred to the grill housing. This is heat that is robbed from the cooking process. The small ceramic Yakatori is like a fuel efficient Japanese car. It sips charcoal but still gets hot since heat isn't being conducted to a metal surface other than the grate. All the heat goes to your food so you need less charcoal. This grill has a somewhat flimsy cooking grate so I recommend pairing it with the Weber Cast Iron Sear Grate whose 12" diameter is a perfect fit for the 11" diameter of this grill.(http://www.amazon.com/Weber-8834-Gourmet-System-Grate/dp/B0044ERTDY/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top) Then buy a few small spring clamps to act as retainer tabs such as those that come with the original grate to keep it from sliding around. It doesn't come with a lid but as someone else mentioned, go to the 99 Store and pick up a cheap stainless steel bowl of 11" diameter and with either a drill or epoxy glue, fasten a cheap wooden drawer knob on the top and drill a hole or two near the top to vent. You now have yourself a super efficient personal steak machine that will get high mileage out of every bag of briquets.Read more ›
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By B Z on July 17, 2011
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This is a fun grill to use. Very efficient. Requires about 8 briquets of charcoal with about 1/2 of those left over to use next time. Cooks meat and vegetables quickly. The portability makes it useful and easy to use anywhere.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Emi on October 28, 2012
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Overall, the Grill is OK for this price. The material used to make this grill seems to be authentic--the same material used for the Japanese Shichirin Grill making. However, this one is too shallow--not deep enough to hold decent amount of charcoal. Second, it might be good to note in the instruction that this Grill would operate better if your charcoals are "Bichou-zumi", the Japanese Charcoal used for this type of Grill, especially when grilling Yakitori, rather than regular charcoals sold in the US for regular barbecue grilling. "Binchou-zumi" lasts very long and does not turn into completely ashes in a normal operation. Additionally, "bichou-zumi" creates no charcoal order nor transfers it to your food. I recommend to use a combination these two items to grill perfect, if not, near perfect Yakitori.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By LO77203 on July 7, 2010
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This is the charcoal grill I have been searching for at a great price. It is small enough for economical everyday use and rustproof. Extremely high and low heat are both easy to achieve. I just hose out the ashes the next day and am good to go. This unit is heavy and may not travel well. You can broil steaks in a half hour and still do hotdogs in two or three hours with one load of charcoal.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By southsidelaxman on September 24, 2011
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Bought this for myself for fathers day and use it primarily for yakitori style cooking, i.e. skewers or kabobs. It has held up nicely through the past 3 months and cooks very well. The capacity of charcoal takes some getting used to as you tend to put more in than you need. The ceramic walls reflect the heat from the coals so minimal coals are necessary and mininal coals helps eliminates the hot spot in the center. Grill is very thin coated wire and requires hard cleaning. Best to find a replacemnt grill with thicker gaugae wire. Cooking capacity is fine, as I can get 8 skewers on the grill with enough space to rotate. Well built and it delivers.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jron on December 30, 2012
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I use this grill as one of my alternates when it's just the two of us. The ceramic inside is thick and let's the natural coal burn for hours. Some tips are to experiment with different types of natural lump coal. I have found Publix brand to be my fav, but I realize not everyone lives in the Southeast US. Get a chimney starter, and put newspaper, or weber grill charcoal starters as I strongly do not recommend light fluid. As a side note I went to my local home improvement store and purchased a terra cotta planter for $2 and put a handle through it. So now I have a mini ceramic grill smoker for a mere fraction of the price. I am very pleased with this grill.
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