The best charcoal with fast ignition,
quickly high temperature and high calorie!
The best charcoal! "KUROSUMI"
Kurosumi (black charcoal) is prepared with a length of 2.3 inches, making it easy to stack in multiple layers for ignition. After arranging two layers around a hollow center similar to a chimney and then adding ignition material, it can be easily ignited.
Compared to Binchotan, Kurosumi is vastly superior in ease of ignition. Once the Kurosumi is piled up and lit on fire, the fire rises bit by bit through the chimney structure, eventually developing into a strong charcoal fire. It becomes ready for use after a few minutes when using a burner, or about 15 minutes when using a firelighter.
A powerful heat is built up very rapidly after ignition, reaching about 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. Thick meats, fish, and vegetables will be cooked thoroughly, leaving them crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
With its superior ignitability, Kurosumi charcoal is the worthy representative of Japan.
Kurosumi ignites more quickly than Binchotan or Ogatan, eliminating the hassle and wait for starting a fire.
Very little smoke and almost none of the distinctive charcoal smell
Almost zero smoke or odor, letting your cooking bring out the natural flavors of the food.
Powerful heat, resistant to dying out, and superior durability
The high heat and far-infrared effect brings food to life and produces an excellent meal that you can count on.
Safe to use indoors, in restaurant kitchens, for camping and for barbecuing
Less of the "sudden popping" effect common to most Binchotan gives it exceptional usability compared to other products.