SO WHERE DID JAN COME FROM?
Kamado JAN is a ceramic grill which uses lump charcoal to cook food either directly or indirectly.
The ceramic grill is a traditional Japanese cooking stove. Modern versions of the cooker are now produced and sold internationally….. and this product has literally started taking the world by storm and is becoming a worldwide phenomenon!!
The grill originated from a Chinese ceramic cooking device used in the Qin Dynasty dating back some 3000 years ago.
Back then it was known as a Yan-steamer (pronounced Jan). It was then imported to Japan (around 200-538 AD during the Kofun period) and has been evolving and perfected over time into the product you see today.
But, what is so special about the Kamado JAN?
You may be asking yourself now, what is so special about this grill?? As there are many other less expensive “kettle style” grills available at much lower prices.
The secret of the Kamado JAN is the ceramic dome. The ceramic dome not only locks in heat, but also retains moisture which results in the most deliciously cooked food. The various cooking accessories available for the Kamado also allow the user to cook in various styles which results in the ultimate culinary experience.
The heat controls allow the user to accurately control and regulate the temperature thereby offering endless cooking possibilities
It uses very little fuel as the ceramic retains the heat therefore making it more environmentally friendly than any other similar grill. The ceramic dome enjoys a limited lifetime warranty –which means that this is the last grill you ever buy!!