Made by Nagatani-en and designed by Iga Mono, the “Mushi Nabe” steamer lets chefs—at home or in a professional kitchen—cook a variety of dishes with precision and without unruly oils or fat-heavy butter. With holes in the lid to let steam escape, the removable ceramic tray within can hold meats or vegetables above the boiling water below it. As a result of being cooked by steam, juiciness and brightness is afforded without the heaviness of frying. It is six inches deep and 11.5 inches wide, and weighs nearly nine pounds. The manufacturer notes that it is gas-burner safe, but not suited for induction or electric burners, microwaves, or dishwashers.