You must be aware of putting a piece of activated charcoal, called a binchotan, into a jug or bottle to purify the water. Native to Japanese forests, this white oak wood of the Ubamegashi species has been an integral part of Japanese culinary culture. 

Binchotan does not emit carbon dioxide. This activated plant-based charcoal produces very little smoke and gives off no odor. This is the perfect solution for anyone who dreams of having a barbecue at home. 

   

This Eco-friendly, Smokeless Activated Charcoal from Japan is Transforming Summer Barbecues

WHAT?

You must be aware of putting a piece of activated charcoal, called a binchotan, into a jug or bottle to purify the water. 

WHERE?

Native to Japanese forests, this white oak wood of the Ubamegashi species has been an integral part of Japanese culinary culture.

WHY?

Binchotan does not emit carbon dioxide. This activated plant-based charcoal produces very little smoke and gives off no odor. This is the perfect solution for anyone who dreams of having a barbecue at home.

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The formation of gas and smoke, but the combustion of proteins when using traditional barbecue, produces substances recognized as carcinogenic by the World Health Organization and the International Agency for Research on Cancer.