The gas-heated rice cooker remained in use until the s in many houses and was eventually be replaced by the electric rice cooker. For the cuisine, see Japanese cuisine. The frame was filled with sand and an iron hook was lowered from the ceiling. This "dream kitchen" was spacious by today's standards, yet it lacked most modern post-industrial conveniences, although many smaller improvements had been made. Next to these shelves was another preparation table where foods were served onto individual dishes and then carried to the dining room. A bottomless clay vase soon replaced the stones as these became hot quickly and occupants had to be careful around a stove.
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