ORIGINAL JAPANESE GRILL
It all began in the Japanese Edo period (1603-1867), the start of a great gastronomic era. The samurai and rich merchants feasted on an extensive menu, so restaurants needed a large stove. This was the beginning of the Kamado. The Kamado therefore played a key role in the development of Japanese gastronomy. It was only after the Second World War that Kamado became known in the Western world, after the U.S. Army noticed the barbecue appliances in the Japanese army.