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The Japanese kitchen turned away from American and European kitchens at this point. The first item of the industrialization to be introduced to most houses was the gas-heated rice cooker. A gas stove were introduced much later as the cost of gas was still too high for most homes. A gas oven, often an essential part of the kitchen in many American and European houses, never made it into most Japanese households because dishes requiring cooking in an oven, such as roasted chicken and baked pies, became popular only much later. Instead of an oven, a smaller fish oven was fitted into a gas stove. The gas-heated rice cooker remained in use until the 1970s in many houses and was eventually be replaced by the electric rice cooker.
Entry for daidokoro
www.aisf.or.jp/~jaanus/deta/d/daidokoro.htm - Web
JAANUS entry for kamado (stove)
www.aisf.or.jp/~jaanus/deta/k/kamado.htm - Web
www.barbecue-smoker-recipes.com/kamado-barbecue-grills.html - Web
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