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Fire Sense Small Yakatori Charcoal Grill

3.7 out of 5 stars 237 customer reviews
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Product Description

Size: Small

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.

Product Information

Size:Small
Product Dimensions 10.8 x 7.2 inches
Item Weight 14 pounds
Shipping Weight 15.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Well Traveled Living
ASIN B0035ZWFDC
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Item model number 60449
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3.7 out of 5 stars 237 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #11,091 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#33 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Grills & Outdoor Cooking > Grills > Charcoal Grills

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Size: Small Verified Purchase
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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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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Returning to the US after living in Japan for three years, one of the foods I missed most was good yakitori. I've made a lot on my Weber (which I also love), but they never came out just right until I started using this grill.

To make authentic-tasting yakitori, the key is to use lump hardwood charcoal, rather than briquettes. If you can, fancy binchotan is awesome, but regular grocery store lump charcoal will work fine; you just have to refill more often. The combination of good charcoal and high heat reflection from the clay makes perfect grilled skewers. For best results, stick to 8" skewers, which are the perfect size for this grill. I usually just sprinkle kosher salt, nothing else, and my friends love it, though I have a pretty decent tare sauce going, too.

Please note that this grill is really set up for skewer grilling. Because of the high heat and long, narrow shape, you can keep a pretty good stream of skewers coming (I've fed five people, including myself, with no complaints). However, if you are trying to cook foods that need more time, such as burgers, this grill is probably not your best choice. Look up yakitori on wikipedia for more info and inspiration.

The folks that sell this grill are good, too. When mine arrived, I was disappointed to find that my fire grate for the bottom had cracked in shipping. 123Stores responded to my email within minutes and sent a new grate on the same day. I suppose that ordering clay items through the mail is risky, but these guys stood by their product and made things right. I couldn't be happier.
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For one or two people this is a great grill.

The importer has been paying attention and the current version comes with a grid that has a small vertical 'fence' around the edge of the grid AND tabs pointing down that keep the grid from sliding around.n The rest of the world seems fine cooking on a straight grid but for the USA we now have tabs.

There were no plastic parts on mine.

The charcoal grate has been upgraded to slightly different design and appears to be made of a stronger material.

And for those who think diatomaceous earth is a disadvantage I offer the following post from the Chefs Armory blog:

The Shichirin was a purpose built cooking stove in Japan which was fired by charcoal. They are small, round and moulded from a type of clay (though you can find some ceramic). The best Shichirin are made from diatomaceous earth which have natural thermal insulating properties.
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I bought this product in October 2014. I kept it in the garage through the winter. The paint cracked and shrank. When I brought it outdoors to use this year, The rain started to dissolve the Clay underlying the paint. This grill is dissolving before my eyes. Please be forewarned. if the scroll require special handling and storage, it seems to me it would be a good idea to let the customers know.
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