Binchotan BBQ Charcoal from Kishu


Binchotan BBQ Charcoal is a high-quality reusable charcoal made out of Binchotan (Japanese Oak) charcoal from Kishu, Japan. It is considered the highest grade of charcoal. All-natural and chemical-free, it preserves the meat’s flavorful juices while giving it a good sear – perfect for grilling!
Product Details:
  • Natural and chemical-free
  • Material: Binchotan charcoal from Kishu, Japan
  • Reusable when properly stored (see below)
Select Grade:
  • Consists of Kirimaru (2/3 bag) and Kowari (1/3 bag) binchotan charcoal
  • Kirimaru charcoal is thicker and not split and Kowari is thinner and split
  • Kirimaru charcoal is longer lasting, but Kowari is better for starting fires
Pro Grade:
  • Approximate average length: 5.5 – 6 inches (2 LB Bag), 4 – 16 inches (5 LB Bag)
  • Approximate average diameter: 0.8 – 1.2 inches (2 LB Bag), 1.2 – 1.4 (5 LB Bag)
  • Restaurant-grade sticks used in many Japanese restaurants to make traditional Yakitori
Important Usage Warning
  • Use charcoal chimney to light the charcoal.
  • Please ensure that a spark arrestor or a spark screen is placed on top of the chimney
  • Ensure area surrounding the chimney (about 3 feet) is open and free of objects and people.
  • Do not use water to extinguish the charcoal. Instead, cut off the oxygen supply to the charcoal and let it cool.
  • Charcoal that is not completely burned can be reused again, provided that it is stored properly.
Storage Instructions
  • Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight.
  • Once opened, seal the charcoal tightly in a container or heavy-duty bag. We recommend inserting a desiccant pack to reduce moisture

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