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Features ········································2
Inner Pot ········································2
Safety Precautions ····························3
Names and Functions of Parts···············6
How to Cook Tasty Rice ·······················8
Points for Cooking by Rice Type ············9
Cooking Rice <Basics> ····················· 10
Cooking White Rice/Japanese White Rice (QUICK)··· 12
Cooking Japanese Brown Rice ············ 14
Cooking Various Kinds of Rice ············ 16
• HOUZYUN • STICKY RICE • SUSHI
• MIXED • CONGEE • CONGEE (1:7 ratio of rice to water)
How to Cook Rice
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Before Use
Table of Contents
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Keeping Rice Warm ························· 18
This appliance is designed for use in Hong Kong
and Macau only and please do not use in any other
countries.
Before use, please read this Instruction
Manual carefully to ensure proper and safety
use.
Please make sure the date of purchase, retail
store name and other items are correctly filled
in the Warranty Card.
Please keep the Instruction Manual and
Warranty Card in a safe place.
Cleaning ······································ 22
When You Cannot Cook Rice Well ········ 25
Status Display································ 26
Troubleshooting ····························· 27
Specifications ································ 36
Sticky Rice···································· 29
Sushi ·········································· 30
Mixed Rice ··································· 32
Brown Rice ··································· 34
Congee ········································ 35
Recipes
• Set the finish time ········································· 20
(TIMER1/TIMER2)
• Set the finish time in 2–12 hours from now ········ 21
(Easy reservation)
Tips
How to Adjust the Current Time ··········· 19
If Power Cut Occurs ························· 19
Using Timer to Cook Rice
Before Use
Features
1
Steamless
This feature makes continuous boiling possible without caring
about boiling over the steam vent and can cook fluffy rice that
tastes sweet.
Steam is processed inside the cooker and cooking odor is
eliminated by absorption in water.
2
<How Steam is Removed>
Cartridge
Inner
Pot
Tank
3
A highly thermal efficient charcoal-coated
thick pot efficiently transfers heat to the
rice to cook fluffy rice that tastes sweet.
Continuous-boiling IH that continues to
cook at strong power without reducing
heat after reaching the boiling point which
maximizes the flavor of rice.
HOUZYUN Cooking
Advanced cooking mode enriches taste
and sweetness of rice by spending more
time on preparation to increase water
absorption effect.
NOTES
1 Steam generated inside the inner pot during rice cooking is
passed through the cartridge and led into water in the tank.
2 Steam is cooled down by the water in the tank and converted
back to water.
Small amount of steam may be discharged from the
cooker, but this does not cause high temperature or
condensation.
About 95% steam can be reduced compared with old
model. (This is our own research.)
Charcoal-coated Thick
Pot and Continuousboiling IH
Inner Pot
Wash the pot with dishwashing liquid and a soft sponge, and then rinse it thoroughly.
The coating on the bottom surface of the pot may be peeled off depending on conditions of use, but this does not
effect its performance.
The pot surface is coated with fluorine.
Damage to the fluorine coating will increase the likelihood of
peeling off. Penetration of salt and vinegar through the fluorine
coating will increase the likelihood of erosion and rust.
Even if the fluorine resin and base material peel off
the pot, there will be no effect on performance and no
harm to human health.
When washing rice, lay a cloth under the inner pot to prevent damage to
the bottom. (Damage to the bottom will not affect the performance and
hygiene.)
Please purchase a new inner pot if any of the following applies.
• Rice sticks on the inner pot
• The inner pot has become deformed
• The fluorine coating has been damaged
Please pay attention to the following points:
Do not wash rice or drain the water with a
colander.
When putting rice in the inner pot, be careful
that a colander or the like does not come in
contact with the inner pot.
Do not try to remove rice grains stuck on
the rice scoop by pressing the rice scoop
against the edge of the inner pot.
Fluorine
coating on the
edge may be
damaged
Do not use hard objects (e.g. a metal rice
scoop, whisk, or crockery).
Do not wash dishes, spoons or utensils inside
the inner pot.
Fluorine
Do not use the inner pot for cooking
coating may
appliances (such as direct heating, microwave,
be damaged
or electromagnetic cooking appliances) other
than this appliance.
Do not use a dish washer or dish dryer to clean the inner pot.
When seasonings are used, rinse immediately after use.
Cooking rice with vinegar or salt or mixing rice with vinegar in the inner
pot may damage the fluorine coating or cause corrosion and rust.
Do not wash the inner pot with a cleanser,
scrubbing brush, nylon surface of a cleaning
Nylon
surface
sponge, or cleaning sponge with nylon net.
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Before Use
Safety Precautions
The meanings of the graphic symbols are as follows.
WARNING
Indicates a hazard caused by mishandling that may
result in death or serious injury.
Prohibited
CAUTION
Indicates a hazard caused by mishandling that may result
in a minor injury or damage to the home and its contents.
No wet
hands
No
disassembly
No water
exposure
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The following categories describe hazards caused by
mishandling and their levels.
Observe
instructions
Do not disassemble, repair, or
modify the appliance.
Doing so may cause electric shock, fire, injury,
or malfunction.
* Please consult with your local dealer regarding repairs.
This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible
for their safety. Children should be
supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
Doing so may cause a burn or injury.
Do not insert or pull out the
power plug with wet hands.
Doing so may cause electric shock.
Do not put the appliance in water
and do not pour water over it.
Doing so may cause electric shock or short-circuit.
Do not use the appliance for
purposes other than described in
the instruction manual.
Do not use for other types of
cooking (steaming, etc.).
• Do not put anything in the inner pot that may
block the hole in the heat sink.
Doing so may cause steam and contents to spill
out resulting in a burn, electric shock, or injury.
Do not allow a child to use the
appliance without supervision.
Do not use the appliance in a
place where an infant can reach it.
Doing so may cause a burn, electric shock, or injury.
Before Use
WARNING
Never open the lid or carry the
appliance during rice cooking.
Do not remove the tank during
rice cooking.
Doing so may cause a burn or injury.
Do not insert foreign objects
such as a pin, wire, or any other
metallic object into the air inlet,
air outlet, or any other gap.
Doing so may cause electric shock or injury.
Do not use a damaged power
cord and plug, or a loose outlet.
Doing so may cause electric shock, short-circuit, or fire.
Do not damage the power cord.
Putting a heavy object on the power cord,
bending it with excessive force, binding it
together, or stretching it may cause damage to
it, resulting in electric shock or fire.
• If the power cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons to avoid hazards.
Use an independent 220V AC
power outlet rated at 10A or
more.
Sharing an outlet with other appliances or using
an outlet on a desk or any furniture may cause
overheating resulting in ignition and fire.
* Use an independent extension cord rated at 10A or more.
Remove dust from the power plug
pins and pin mounting surface.
A buildup of dust may cause a fire.
Insert the power plug fully into
the outlet.
Failing to do so may cause electric shock or
overheating resulting in a fire.
Before Use
Safety Precautions (Cont.)
WARNING
Close the lid firmly until it clicks.
If the appliance is operating
abnormally or fails, stop using it
immediately.
To prevent a burn or injury caused by steam
leaking or the opening of the lid.
Failing to do so may cause smoke, ignition, or
electric shock.
* To ensure that the lid can be closed, remove
rice grains or any other foreign object on the
top frame, lid packing, tank, and between the
main unit and lid.
•The power cord and plug are abnormally hot.
•It smells like something is burning.
•Touching the appliance causes a sensation like an
electric shock.
•The cooling fan stops rotating.
•There is another abnormality or failure.
To
prevent a failure or accident, pull out the power plug and
then inform Mitsubishi Electric.
Adjust the amount of water to the
water level scale mark suitable
for the rice type and menu.
To prevent boiling over or injury.
CAUTION
Do not touch the hot parts during
cooking and immediately after use.
Do not touch the hook button
when you carry the appliance
around.
For example, the cartridge, inner pot, heat sink, tank,
tank lid, and the boundary between the side surface of
the main unit and the lid.
Doing so may cause a burn.
Doing so may cause the lid to open resulting in a
burn or injury.
Do not use any inner pot other
than the supplied one.
Do not use the appliance in
following locations.
Doing so may cause overheating or malfunction.
Near a wall or furniture
Doing so may cause discoloration or deformation.
Allow the following distances when cooking rice and keeping
rice warm.
Front
Left side
Right side
3 cm (One of the surfaces must have
adequately open space)
Back
Top
3 cm
10 cm
(52 cm from the appliance is required to open the lid.)
* Even if the distances above are allowed, the wall may become
dirty or condensation may build up due to steam leak if foreign
objects such as rice grains are caught between the top frame
and the lid or the packing is deformed or deteriorates.
In an unstable location or on a non-heat
resistant carpet
Doing so may cause a fire or a failure to start cooking rice.
* Place the appliance on a level and stable surface.
In a place exposed to water or near open fire or
heating appliance
Doing so may cause electric shock, electric leakage, or fire.
In a place where the air inlet and outlet are blocked
(On paper, towel, cloth, aluminum sheet, carpet, etc.)
Doing so may cause discoloration, deformation, or failure.
On an aluminum sheet or electric carpet
(Doing so may cause the aluminum sheet to overheat.)
* When you want to use, for example, a kitchen storage rack, confirm
the load capacity of the rack before use. (Maximum weight of the
appliance including rice and water: Approx. 10 kg)
Do not use any cord set other than
the supplied one. Also, do not use
the cord set for any other appliance.
Doing so may cause a failure or ignition.
Disconnect the power cord while
holding the plug.
Disconnecting the power cord while holding the
cord may cause electric shock, short-circuit, or
ignition.
A medical pacemaker user is
required to consult with a doctor
before using this appliance
The operation of this appliance may interfere with
the pacemaker.
Clean the appliance after the
main unit has cooled down.
To prevent a burn.
Disconnect the power cord when
the appliance is not used.
To prevent electric shock, electric leakage, or fire
caused by insulation deterioration.
This rice cooker is designed for household use. Please do not use it for
commercial use or any purposes other than cooking rice at home.
• Magnetic cards (cash card, commuter pass, etc.)
• Magnetic tapes (cassette tape, etc.)
• Wireless devices (TV, radio, phone, etc.)
Doing so may cause data loss, noise, or malfunction.
P.2
Keep the main unit and the area around it
clean
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Do not bring an object that is prone to
magnetic or electric wave interference
close to the appliance.
* Inner Pot
The entry of dust or an insect into the air inlet or outlet for
ensuring the appliance functions properly may cause a failure.
Do not use the appliance when there are
any foreign objects, rice grains, or water
droplets remaining on it.
Do not lay a washcloth or put any other
object on the main unit during use.
Latch
Before Use
ATTENTION
Lid Packing
Bottom
Doing so may make the unit hot, resulting in deformation or
failure.
Be careful of steam when opening the lid
after rice cooking is finished.
To prevent a burn.
Flange
Bottom Sensor
Tank Lid
Do not turn on the appliance without rice
and water.
Doing so may cause a failure or malfunction.
Flange Contact
Part
Do not use the appliance in a place
exposed to direct sunlight.
Water Temperature Sensor
Doing so may cause discoloration or deformation.
Tank Holder
Doing so may cause a failure, poorly cooked rice, or the failure to
close the lid properly.
<Tank>
<Tank Water>
Do not scratch the water level sensor surface.
P.22
Doing so may cause a failure.
Do not carry the appliance around with water in the
tank.
Doing so may cause water to spill out.
Drain the water from the tank after it has cooled
down and wash the tank after every use.
To prevent mold and bacteria from growing.
Do not use a damaged tank.
Doing so may cause a failure.
Do not place the tank in a place exposed to direct
sunlight.
Do not use other than tap water or do not put an
object in the tank.
Doing so may cause mold and bacteria to grow or
cause a failure.
Do not use hot water.
Doing so may cause poorly cooked rice.
Do not drink water in the tank.
Doing so may cause a failure or discoloration.
Before Use
Names and Functions of Parts
Main Unit
Power Cord
Power Plug
Firmly insert the main unit plug all the
way into the unit connector on left side
of the main unit at the back.
Control Panel
Hook Button
Press the button to
open the lid.
Air Outlet (Bottom)
Main unit plug
Handle
Air Inlet (Bottom)
(Left and right on
the bottom)
Do not cover it, for example, with a towel.
Lid
How to open and close the lid
Open the lid
Cartridge
Captures the rice essence from
the rice during boiling and
returns them to the rice during the
countdown time.
Press the hook button.
Heat Sink
Lid Packing
Close the lid
Inner Pot
(Fluorine coated)
Close the lid firmly until it
clicks.
Inner Pot
(Be careful not to press the button.)
P.2
Top Frame
Click
Tank
Tank
Lid
Tank
Container
Tank
Cover
Bottom Sensor
Water Level Sensor
Water Temperature
Sensor
Tank Holder
This shows the state in which the inner pot and tank
have been removed from the main unit.
Control Panel
TIMER button
LCD Display
Rice Cooking Indicator (red)
Displays the settings
Displays the status P.26
Lit during rice cooking
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Press the button to make a
reservation
• Make a reservation by
time P.20
• Make a reservation in 1hour increments P.21
HOUR/MINUTE buttons
Press the buttons to adjust the
clock and reservation time
Before Use
TIMER Indicator (green)
HOUZYUN button
RICE button
MENU button
Select HOUZYUN
cooking P.16
Select the rice type
Select the
texture of rice
or the cooking
method
• WHITE
• JAPAN WHITE
• JAPAN BROWN
START button
Press the button to
start cooking rice
START Indicator (red)
STOP/KEEP WARM button
The buttons have a convex mark on them
STARTbutton
STOP/KEEP WARM button
Press the button to stop cooking
rice or keep it warm, or cancel a
reservation
Press to keep rice warm
KEEP WARM Indicator (orange)
Accessories Rice Scoop (×1)
Rice Scoop Holder (×1)
Ladle (×1)
Measuring Cup (×1) Instruction Manual/
(Approx. 180 mL)
Recipes ×1
(this document)
The rice scoop
can also be placed
vertically.
How to Cook Rice
How to Cook Tasty Rice
Adjust the amount of water
Use good quality rice
correctly
Use your favorite brand of rice that has been polished
as recently as possible.
Since the quality of rice deteriorates over time, store
it in a well-ventilated cool place and use it as soon as
possible.
Use rice within one month in summer and within two
months in a season other than summer.
Measure the rice correctly
Place the inner pot on a level surface and adjust the
amount of water correctly. The water level scale is just
a guide. You can adjust the water level within 2 mm
according to the rice type and your preference.
Do not use hot water at a temperature of 50°C or more,
alkaline water with a pH value of 9 or more, or mineral
water with a high degree of hardness.
Doing so may cause a high degree of stickiness or
yellowing.
P.10
Be sure to use the supplied measuring cup and
measure the rice with the cup correctly.
Using a kitchen measuring cup (200 mL) or measuring
rice bin may result in an error.
Rinse rice quickly
P.10
First, pour in plenty of water, stir the rice quickly,
and then drain the water quickly. To prevent the rice
bran odor from getting into the rice, repeat the above
process quickly until the water is no longer milky.
You can start cooking rice immediately without soaking
it in water.
Soaking will make the rice soft.
Do not leave the rice in a colander. Doing so may
cause the rice grains to crack and the rice to become
too sticky.
(
P.11
)
Insert the inner pot and start
cooking the rice
Place the main unit on a level surface, wipe water from
the outer wall of the inner pot, and then put it in the
main unit.
If the appliance is used on an inclined surface or the
inner pot is dirty, the sensor will not work correctly and
you will be unable to cook tasty rice.
When cooking is finished, stir
the rice
When cooking is finished, stir the rice gently from the
bottom and remove any excess water.
Leaving the rice without stirring may cause it to
become hard or too sticky.
Points for Cooking by Rice Type
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Configure the settings appropriately according to the type of rice and your preference.
By default, the type of rice is set to
and the texture of rice is set to
Water
level scale
of inner
pot
Cooking
white rice
WHITE
Cooking
Japanese
white rice
JAPAN
WHITE
Cooking
sticky rice
Cooking
Japanese
brown rice
To cook a
mixture of
different
types of rice
STICKY
RICE
BROWN
Rice setting
Press
Texture of
rice
Press
Measure the rice with the supplied measuring cup
(approx. 180 mL).
Rinse the rice sufficiently (to prevent the rice from
absorbing the odor of rice bran).
Measure the rice with the supplied measuring cup
(approx. 180 mL).
Rinse the rice sufficiently (to prevent the rice from
absorbing the odor of rice bran).
Do not keep sticky rice warm (doing so may cause
odor and discoloration).
How to Cook Rice
Setup
Procedure
Measure the rice with the supplied measuring cup
(approx. 180 mL).
Rinse the rice gently (and remove the dirt and husk).
Do not keep brown rice warm (doing so may cause
odor and discoloration).
The taste and texture of rice differ from the rice cooked
with a pressure cooker or the like.
(This is because a different cooking method is used.)
Cook the rice using the settings for the type of rice whose percentage is the largest in the mixture.
<Example> If a mixture of 2 cups of white rice and 1 cup of brown rice is cooked Cook the rice
with
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How to Cook Rice
Cooking Rice Basics
1
2
Put water in the tank.
1 Take out the tank from the main unit and
remove the lid of the tank.
(Remove the lid while holding the
part.)
Rinse the rice.
1 Measure the rice.
Use the supplied measuring cup.
White rice, brown rice, etc.
Measuring cup
White rice
(approx. 180 mL = approx. 155 g)
Japanese rice
(approx. 180 mL = approx. 150 g)
The cup filled with rice to the brim is approx. 180 mL.
Tank
Lid
Tank
If water remains in the tank, drain the water and then wash the tank.
2 Put water in the tank
Pour water up to the level between
the two lines on the indicator
inside the tank.
(Check on a level surface.)
Right
Wrong
Using a measuring rice bin may result in an error.
2 Rinse the rice.
You can rinse the rice in the inner pot.
<About the indicator>
When you pour water while looking at
the indicator from above, you will see
the lower mark on the indicator being
covered with water. Pour water until the
whole mark is covered with water.
Pour in plenty of
water, stir the rice
quickly, and then drain
the water quickly.
Repeat the “stirring
and draining” process
until the water is no
longer milky.
Do not use other than tap water. (Doing so may cause
mold and bacteria.)
Do not use hot water. (Doing so may cause poorly cooked
rice.) P.25
If the water level is wrong, rice cannot be cooked.
P.26
3 Attach the tank lid and
then insert the tank into
the main unit.
When the lid is attached, the water level
in the tank will rise but this is not a
problem.
Hang the two claws of
the tank on the body.
Be sure to attach the tank cover.
(To prevent false detection of the water level)
Wipe off water, dirt, and rice grains stuck to the tank.
Do not drop the tank or hit it on something.
(Doing so may cause the tank to crack, chip, or break)
Do not wash rice with a metal colander over the
inner pot.
Damage to the fluorine coating will increase the
likelihood of peeling off.
White rice
Rinse the rice sufficiently.
(To prevent odor, discoloration, or burning)
Brown rice
Rinse the rice gently and then remove the dirt
and husk.
3 Adjust the amount of water.
Start cooking Keep warm.
1 Insert the inner pot in the main unit.
Connect the main unit plug into the
unit connector and then insert the
power plug into an outlet.
Flatten the surface of the rice and adjust the amount of
water to the water level scale according to the rice type
and menu. P.9
Adjust the amount of water on a level surface.
Do not cook the rice using hot water at a temperature of
50°C or more, alkaline water with a pH value of 9 or more,
or mineral water with a high degree of hardness.
(Doing so may cause a high degree of stickiness or
yellowing.)
Wipe off water, dirt, and rice grains stuck to the heat
sink, outside of the inner pot, inside of the main unit,
top frame, and main unit plug.
Be sure to attach the cartridge and heat sink. (Not
doing so may cause steam to leak, resulting in a burn.)
If the cartridge, heat sink, and tank are not attached, the
lid cannot be closed.
When you insert the power plug into an
outlet, sparks may be generated. This is
typical of IH cooking heaters and does not
indicate an abnormality.
2 Press START.
White rice
Same display on both sides.
Blip
The “START”
indicator turns
on and cooking
starts.
To change the rice type and menu P.12–15
If “status display” appears on the LCD display P.26
Japanese rice
The scales on both sides are different.
Buzzer indicates cooking is finished.
When cooking is finished, stir the rice.
The “START” indicator turns off.
The rice will be automatically kept warm.
(The “KEEP WARM” indicator turns on.)
Keeping Rice Warm P.18
To prevent the rice from
becoming too sticky, stir
the rice from the bottom.
The water level scale is just a guide.
Adjust the amount of water within 2 mm
according to the rice type and your preference.
Stir the rice within approx.
15 minutes and remove any
excess water.
Guide for adjusting
amount of water
Lower than the scale
New rice
Old rice, barley,
rinse-free rice
Stir the rice
gently from the
bottom
Wipe off condensation from
the top frame and lid
packing, if necessary.
Higher than the scale
To cook rice with water whose level is higher than
the scale, press
to select “SOFT”.
(To prevent water from boiling over)
4
Inner pot
The inner pot is “coated with fluorine” to prevent
the rice grains from sticking to the wall. Please
observe the notes on handling as the fluorine
coating is soft and easily worn off.
Inner Pot
P.2
Cleaning P.23
After use, drain the water
from the tank after it
has cooled down and then
clean the tank. P.22–24
Be sure to drain the water from the tank.
(To prevent mold and bacteria from growing)
How to Cook Rice
Note
You can start cooking rice immediately without soaking it in
water. Soaking the rice in water results in softer texture.
Rice type
&
3
How to Cook Rice
Cooking White Rice/Japanese White Rice(QUICK) HOUZYUN
P.16
<Before Use>
Put water in the tank. P.10
<After Use>
Drain the water from the tank after
it has cooled down and then clean
the tank. P.22
When cooking rice with the initial settings:
and rice texture
Rice
to cook the rice quickly (the settings do not need to be changed)
Start from Step
When cooking rice with the previous settings:
to cook the rice.
Confirm the settings on the LCD display and then start from Step
When changing the settings to cook rice:
Follow the procedure below to change the settings and cook the rice.
1
Blip
Press RICE and then
select the type of
rice.
Every time you press the button, the display
changes.
2
Blip
Press MENU and
select the texture of
rice.
Every time you press the button, the display changes.
P.16
P.16–17
Blip blip
Blip blip
To cook white rice, select WHITE.
To cook Japanese white rice, select JAPAN
WHITE.
To cook rinse-free rice
Rinse it gently to prevent it from getting
burned.
Pour in water until the water level is slightly
over the scale mark (within 2 mm).
Stir gently from the bottom of the inner pot
before you start cooking.
Select from the 3 types: REGULAR, FIRM, and SOFT.
To cook quickly
Press
and select QUICK.
The cooking time can be reduced to about 15
minutes shorter than usual by reducing the
residual heat time.
Up to 3 cups of rice can be cooked.
The rice will be cooked slightly firm.
CAUTION
REGULAR Approx. 52–61 minutes
Approx. 52–61 minutes
FIRM
Approx. 54–61 minutes
SOFT
Press START to cook
the rice.
Blip
The rice cooking indicator turns on and rice
cooking starts.
The approximate cooking time is displayed.
(
The display time is approximate.
The cooking time varies depending on the
amount of rice, season of the year, room
temperature, water temperature, amount of
water, voltage, and so on, and it may take
about 10 to 15 minutes longer.
“16 MIN” will continue to be displayed while
actual remaining time adjustment is made.
<Example display>
)
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REGULAR Approx. 51–61 minutes
Approx. 51–61 minutes
FIRM
Approx. 54–61 minutes
SOFT
4 When cooking is finished, stir
Buzzer indicates rice cooking is finished.
the rice.
How to Cook Rice
3
At a voltage of 220 V, room temperature of 23°C, water temperature of 23°C,
and standard water level.
The cooking times slightly vary depending on the amount of rice, season of the
year, room temperature, water temperature, amount of water, voltage, and so
on.
Japanese
white rice
White rice
Approximate
cooking times
Do not touch hot parts while the rice is being
cooked or kept warm (doing so may cause a burn).
Bleep bleep bleep bleep bleep
Stir the rice within 15 minutes. P.11
The “START” indicator turns off.
The rice will be automatically kept warm.
(The “KEEP WARM” indicator turns on)
The keep-warm elapsed time is displayed.
<Example display> Keep-warm indication
The keep-warm time is displayed in 1-hour increments
up to 24 hours.
(“0 HR” is displayed for less than one hour.)
When 24 hours have elapsed, the current time will be
displayed.
Do not keep the rice warm for more than 24 hours.
NOTES
Keeping Rice Warm P.18
Save settings such as the selected rice type and REGULAR, FIRM, or SOFT of MENU.
You will hear a buzzing noise after rice cooking starts. The noise comes from a fan that allows the heat inside to escape to the
outside and does not indicate a failure.
The buzzing and clinking noises you will hear while the rice is being cooked or kept warm are typical of IH cooking heaters
and do not indicate a failure.
The bubbling noise you will hear from the tank while the rice is being cooked is generated by air bubbles and does not
indicate an abnormality.
The bubbling noise you will hear when you open or close the lid after rice cooking is finished is generated by the air that is
released to the tank and does not indicate an abnormality. Opening the lid while the bubbling noise is being generated may
cause water to spill out of the tank.
Condensation may form on the heat sink during use. This is to prevent the rice from drying out and does not indicate an
abnormality.
How to Cook Rice
Cooking Japanese Brown Rice
<Before Use>
Put water in the tank. P.10
<After Use>
Drain the water from the tank after
it has cooled down and then clean
the tank. P.22
When cooking rice with the previous settings:
Confirm the settings on the LCD display and then start from Step
to cook the rice.
When changing the settings to cook rice:
Follow the procedure below to change the settings and cook the rice.
1
Blip
Press RICE and select
JAPAN BROWN.
2
Blip
Press MENU and
select REGULAR.
When you select the rice type, “REGULAR”
is automatically selected.
Every time you press the button, the display
changes.
Every time you press the button, the display
changes.
P.16–17
Blip blip
Blip blip
You cannot select a rice texture other than “REGULAR”.
At a voltage of 220 V, room temperature of 23°C, water temperature of
23°C, and standard water level.
The cooking times slightly vary depending on the amount of rice, season
of the year, room temperature, water temperature, amount of water,
voltage, and so on.
Brown rice
3
Press START to cook
the rice.
Approx. 83–107 minutes
4
Buzzer indicates rice cooking is finished.
Blip
Bleep
The “START” indicator turns on and rice
cooking starts.
<Example display>
approximate cooking time is not
( The
)
displayed.
&
Approximate
cooking times
Do not touch hot parts while the rice is being
cooked or kept warm (doing so may cause a burn).
Press STOP/KEEP
WARM to stop
keeping the rice
warm and then
disconnect the power
cord.
The “KEEP WARM” indicator turns off.
Stir the rice within 15 minutes. P.11
Do not keep the rice warm.
Doing so may cause odor or discoloration.
NOTES
When the countdown starts, the approximate
finishing time is displayed in 1-minute
decrement.
<Example display>
Save the setting of the selected rice type.
You will hear a buzzing noise after rice cooking starts. The noise comes from a fan that allows the heat inside to
escape to the outside and does not indicate a failure.
The buzzing and clinking noises you will hear while the rice is being cooked or kept warm are typical of IH
cooking heaters and do not indicate a failure.
The bubbling noise you will hear from the tank while the rice is being cooked is generated by air bubbles and
does not indicate an abnormality.
The bubbling noise you will hear when you open or close the lid after rice cooking is finished is generated by
air that is released to the tank and does not indicate an abnormality. Opening the lid while the bubbling noise is
being generated may cause water to spill out of the tank.
“QUICK” is not available.
How to Cook Rice
CAUTION
How to Cook Rice
Cooking Various Kinds of Rice
Approximate cooking times
JAPAN
WHITE
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
JAPAN
BROWN
HOUZYUN
SUSHI
STICKY RICE
Approx. 67–75 Approx. 50–59 Approx. 49–58
minutes
minutes
minutes
MIXED
Approx. 61–71
minutes
Approx. 62–69
minutes
Blip
you stir the rice and ingredients or there are a lot of
( Ifingredients,
)
the rice may not be cooked well.
3
.
2
Blip
Press
HOUZYUN.
“MIXED” cannot be selected for “JAPAN BROWN”.
“QUICK” is not available.
You cannot make a reservation.
Blip
1
Press START
to start
cooking.
Blip
The “START”
indicator turns
on and cooking
starts.
4
Buzzer indicates cooking
is finished.
When cooking is
finished, stir the
rice.
P.11
2
Blip
3
STICKY RICE
Select
select “FIRM” with the
with the
button.
button and
4
P.12–13
* The settings for HOUZYUN cooking are saved once the rice is cooked.
Press MENU and
select MIXED.
The “START” indicator turns on
and cooking starts.
Buzzer indicates cooking is finished.
Bleep
)
Press RICE and then
select the type of
rice. P.12
Press START to cook
the rice.
Blip
Cooking capacity: max. 4 cups
Water level scale: “STICKY RICE”
Use Japanese sticky rice.
Cook the rice with the ingredients placed over it.
If you stir the rice and ingredients or there are a
lot of ingredients, the rice may not be cooked well.
Do not make a reservation.
Do not keep the rice warm.
(Doing so may cause odor or drying out.)
Do not use “QUICK”.
(
P.12–13
<White rice, Japanese white rice>
Cooking capacity: max. 3 cups
Water level scale: White rice “WHITE”
Japanese rice “JAPAN WHITE”
Cook the rice with the ingredients placed over it.
P.2
Press RICE
and select
button.
button and
MIXED
Water level scale: “JAPAN WHITE”
Can be selected only for
.
The texture of rice cannot be selected.
“QUICK” is not available.
1
with the
Water level scale: “SUSHI”
Use Japanese rice.
Do not use “QUICK”.
At a voltage of 220 V, room temperature of 23°C, water
temperature of 23°C, and standard water level.
The cooking times slightly vary depending on the amount of
rice, season of the year, room temperature, water temperature,
amount of water, voltage, and so on.
HOUZYUN
Select
select “FIRM” with the
CONGEE
Approx. 74–81
minutes
Approx. 63–70
minutes
Approx. 98–105
minutes
‡‡‡
SUSHI
Press STOP/KEEP WARM
to stop keeping the rice
warm and then disconnect
the power cord.
The “KEEP WARM” indicator
turns off.
Stir the rice within 15 minutes.
Do not keep the rice warm.
Doing so may cause odor or discoloration.
CONGEE (1:7 ratio of rice to water)
<White rice>
Cooking capacity: max. 0.75 cups
Water level scale:
(WHITE) “CONGEE”
If the recipe includes ingredients
r Cook the rice with the ingredients placed over it.
If you stir the rice and ingredients or there are a
lot of ingredients, the rice may not be cooked well
r Do not make a reservation.
Do not cook with any menu other than
“CONGEE”. (Doing so may cause boiling over.)
<Japanese white rice, brown rice>
Cooking capacity: max. 0.75 cups
Water level scale:
(JAPAN WHITE)
“CONGEE”
If the recipe includes ingredients
r Cook the rice with the ingredients placed over it.
If you stir the rice and ingredients or there are a
lot of ingredients, the rice may not be cooked well.
r Do not make a reservation.
Do not cook with any menu other than
“CONGEE”. (Doing so may cause boiling over.)
“QUICK” is not available.
1
Blip
2
Blip
3
Press MENU and
select CONGEE.
Press START to cook
the rice.
Blip
4
Press RICE and
select WHITE.
(
Press STOP/KEEP
WARM to stop
keeping the rice warm
and then disconnect
the power cord
The “KEEP WARM” indicator
turns off.
Do not keep the rice warm.
Doing so will cause the congee to become
mushy.
)
“QUICK” is not available.
1
Blip
2
Blip
3
4
Press RICE and then
select the type of
rice. P.9
Press MENU and
select CONGEE.
Press START to cook
the rice.
Blip
The “START” indicator turns on
and cooking starts
Buzzer indicates cooking is finished.
Bleep
)
The “START” indicator turns on
and cooking starts.
Buzzer indicates cooking is finished.
Bleep
Press STOP/KEEP
WARM to stop
keeping the rice warm
and then disconnect
the power cord.
The “KEEP WARM” indicator
turns off.
Do not keep the rice warm.
Doing so will cause the congee to become
mushy.
How to Cook Rice
(
&
CONGEE
How to Cook Rice
Keeping Rice Warm
When rice cooking is finished, keep-warm mode turns on automatically.
The “KEEP WARM” indicator turns on.
The elapsed keep-warm time is displayed in 1-hour
increments up to 24 hours.
(“0 HR” is displayed for less than one hour.)
When 24 hours have elapsed, the current time will be
displayed.
(Keep-warm mode will be continued.)
<To display the current time>
Press
or
.
(The elapsed keep-warm time is not displayed.)
ATTENTION
If the rice that is being kept warm has odor, remove the
odor from the main unit of the cooker. P.24
Do not keep the rice warm for more than 24 hours.
(Doing so may cause discoloration, odor, or drying out)
Do not keep the following things warm.
r Rice other than the white rice (e.g. mixed rice, congee,
sticky rice)
r Cold rice or mixture of cold and warm rice
r Rice that was cooked without being well rinsed
r Soups such as miso soup and curry soup
Close the lid firmly. (Failing to do so may cause drying
out or discoloration.)
Do not use keep-warm mode with the rice scoop or ladle
inside.
(Doing so may cause odor, discoloration, or cracking of
the rice scoop or ladle.)
Move small amount of rice to the center.
(Keeping small amount of rice warm may cause drying
out or sticky.)
Do not keep the rice inside after turning off the keepwarm mode.
(Doing so causes the temperature to decrease, resulting
in condensation, stickiness, or odor.)
Clean the lid packing of the heat sink after every use
because it tends to absorb odors. P.23
After Use
1
Turn off the keep-warm mode, pull out
the power plug, and then remove the
main unit plug.
Bleep
The “KEEP WARM”
indicator turns off.
2
Drain the water from the tank after it
has cooled down and then clean the
tank. P.22
Tips
How to Adjust the Current Time
&
The current time may have deviation due to changes in room temperature or the like.
The time is displayed in a 24-hour format. (“12:00” at noon and “0:00” at midnight)
You cannot adjust the time during cooking, keeping rice warm, or while a reservation is in progress.
Example: Changing 19:10 (7:10 p.m.) to 19:12 (7:12 p.m.)
1
Insert the power plug.
2
Press
or
3
Press
and change the minutes to “12”.
Blip
twice.
The time display lights up.
Pressing and holding down the button fast
forwards the time.
Returning to 0 generates a “blip blip” sound.
The time display will flash for 5 seconds.
(You can adjust the clock during flashing.)
Time adjustment will automatically
complete after the operation is
finished 5 seconds later.
How to Cook Rice
Flashing
Blip
Blip
blip
*Time adjustment will end when no operation is performed for 5 seconds even if time adjustment is still in progress.
The clock continues to be powered by the built-in battery even if the power plug is pulled out.
Tips
The battery life is approx. 4 to 5 years. (Varies depending on the conditions of use.)
If the battery runs out of power
The time display and stored data such as a reservation will be lost when the power plug is pulled out.
To replace the battery
Please ask Mitsubishi Electric service centre to replace the battery as it is fixed inside the unit.
(Service charge will be incurred.)
If Power Cut Occurs (or Power Plug is Pulled Out)
During cooking
Cooking will continue after
the power recovers.
During a reservation
Cooking will finish as reserved
after the power recovers.
If the power cut time is long, the rice may not be cooked well.
During keeping warm
Keeping warm will continue after
the power recovers.
If the power cut time is long and the rice
becomes cold, keeping warm will be
stopped automatically.
Tips
Before making a reservation,
put water into the tank. P.10
Using Timer to Cook Rice
Set the finish time (TIMER1/TIMER2)
Rice is automatically cooked and finishes at the set time.
Two reservation times can be saved so you can, for example, use one of them in the morning and the other one in the evening.
Setting reservation time
•
• 12 o’clock noon The time can be displayed for 24 hours. • 12 o’clock midnight Confirm that the current time is correct. If the time is not correct
1
P.19
Press TIMER to select TIMER1 or TIMER2.
Blip
Pressing the button switches between
<Example display>
When setting
Flashing
The “TIMER” indicator
(green) turns on.
The “START” indicator
Blip blip
(red) flashes.
Initial settings:
2
Blip
Blip
Press HOUR and MINUTE to set the
cooking finish time.
<Example display>
When cooking is to be finished at 7:30 a.m.
Flashing
Every time the button is
pressed, the time advances
in 1-hour increments.
0 through 23 hours. Returning to
0 generates a “blip blip” sound.
Pressing and holding down the
button fast forwards the time.
(
3
)
Every time the button is
pressed, the time advances
in 10-minute increments.
(Returning to 0 generates a
“blip blip” sound.)
Pressing and holding down the
button fast forwards the time.
Press START Reservation is completed.
Blip
The “START” indicator (red) turns off and the
reservation is completed.
(The “TIMER” indicator (green) remains on.)
The reservation time is saved.
<Example display>
When cooking is to be finished at 7:30 a.m.
On
Cooking at a reservation time set previously
Recall the set reservation time and make a reservation.
1
Press TIMER to select TIMER1 or TIMER2.
Blip
2
Press START Reservation is completed.
Blip
The “TIMER” indicator (green) turns on.
The “START” indicator (red) flashes.
The previously reserved time is displayed.
The “START” indicator (red) turns off and the
reservation is completed.
(The “TIMER” indicator (green) remains on.)
<Example display>
The time set for
Flashing
is displayed.
Set the finish time in 2–12 hours from now (Easy reservation)
1
&
You can make a reservation in 1-hour increments.
Press TIMER three times to select TIMER AFTER.
Blip
blip
blip
The “TIMER” indicator (green) turns on.
The “START” indicator (red) flashes.
<Example display>
When cooking is to be finished in 3
hours from now
Press HOUR to set the cooking finish time.
Blip
Every time the button is pressed, the time changes from 2
to 12 hours in 1-hour increments.
(Returning to 2 hours generates a “blip blip” sound.)
The time cannot be set in 1-minute increments.
3
Press START Reservation is completed.
The “START” indicator (red) turns off and the reservation
is completed.
(The “TIMER” indicator (green) remains on.)
The finish time is displayed.
Blip
To change the rice type and menu
Make a selection before pressing
.
To change the reservation time
Press . (The “TIMER” indicator (green) turns off.)
Set the reservation time again. P.20
To cancel the reservation
Press
. (The “TIMER” indicator (green) turns off.)
When “U1” appears
If
is not pressed, the reservation is not
confirmed and “ ” appears to prompt you to do
the following.
Make the setting again.
Press
so that “
Flashing
Flashing
<Example display>
The finish time is displayed.
On
Confirm that the current time is correct before making
a reservation.
(If the time is not correct, the cooking will not be
finished at the reservation time.)
Set the reservation time within 12 hours in summer.
Soaking rice in water for a long time may cause
the water to deteriorate and produce odor.
You cannot make a reservation in the following cases.
• “QUICK”, “MIXED”, or while rice is being cooked or
kept warm
Do not remove the tank or drain water from it when
the reservation time is set.
The current time is not displayed when the reservation
time is set.
When the reservation time is less than 1–2 hours,
cooking will start immediately.
(The time that can be reserved varies depending on
the menu.)
Do not use the reservation function for cooking rice
including ingredients and seasonings, such as sticky
rice.
Rice may not be cooked well as the seasonings will
sink to the bottom and the ingredients may spoil.
(
)
(
)
” disappears.
Tips
2
Tips
Cleaning
Before cleaning, pull out the power plug, remove the main unit plug, and then wait until the main unit cools.
Clean the Parts after Use Every Time
Cartridge
<Clean the cartridge after it has cooled down>
Rinse it with water and then wipe off the water.
*Do not wash it with the nylon surface of a cleaning
sponge (doing so may cause damage).
Wash it
thoroughly
to ensure
tasty rice.
How to remove the
cartridge
First remove the heat
sink.
Packing
(cannot
be
released)
1 Remove it while
holding the tab.
Tank
<Clean the tank after it has cooled down>
Tank lid and tank container:
Rinse it with water and then wipe
off the water.
* Do not scratch the water level
sensor surfaces (inside and
outside)
Water level sensor
Tank cover:
Wipe it with a well-wrung-out cloth.
How to remove the tank
Tab
2 Release the 3 locks
(release the part).
1 Remove the tank from
the main unit.
3 Open the cartridge.
2 Remove the tank lid
(remove it while holding the part).
Lock
Cartridge Packing
4 Remove the cartridge packing.
Release from
here
How to attach the cartridge
1 Attach the cartridge
Hole
packing.
*Do not attach the packing
by twisting it (doing so
may cause steam to leak).
2 Insert the 4
claws into the
holes and close
the cartridge.
Insert the packing into the
groove so that the circular
surfaces of the packing are
at the top and bottom.
Claw
Lock
4 Confirm that the cartridge
has a bush (see the figure
below) and attach the
cartridge to the main unit.
Insert the lower part and
then push in the upper part.
If you do not attach the cartridge, the heat sink cannot be attached.
Attach the bush correctly. Bush
Not doing so may cause
boiling over.
* Do not pull or turn the check
valve (doing so may cause steam
to leak).
3 Drain the water.
3 Engage the 3 locks.
How to attach the bush
End
Pipe
of
the
Clean the
Pipe
inside of the
pipe as well.
Check Valve
(inside the pipe)
Do not remove this part.
4 Place the tank on a
cloth and remove
the tank cover.
Hold the tank cover with
both hands and push it downward.
How to attach the Align the 4
protruding parts
tank
at the tank bottom
push into the
1 Attach the tank and
main unit.
cover to the
tank container.
2 Attach the tank lid.
3 Insert the tank into
the main unit.
&
Heat Sink
<Clean the heat sink after it has
cooled down>
Wash the heat sink with dishwashing
liquid and a soft sponge, and then rinse
it thoroughly.
Lid Packing
(cannot be removed)
Wash it after use
as it absorbs odors
easily.
If the heat sink is left unclean, rust, mold
and burning may occur in addition to odor
and decay.
How to remove the heat sink
Hold the tab with one hand and
push the white lever upward
with the other hand.
Lever
Tab
How to attach the heat sink
If you do not attach the cartridge, the heat sink cannot be attached.
1 Align the mark of the
heat sink and the mark
of the main unit and then
insert the claws into the
2 protruding parts of the
main unit.
2 Push in the upper part until
it clicks.
Tips
ATTENTION
Detergent other than dishwashing liquid (neutral)
Do not use the
Benzene, bleach, thinner, alcohol, cleanser
following things
Steel scrubbing brush or other scrubbing brush, nylon surface of a cleaning sponge, or
Doing so may cause
cleaning sponge with nylon net
scratches, corrosion,
Dish washer or dish dryer
discoloration, and
cracks.
Do not wash the main unit (doing so may cause a failure).
Claw
Protruding Part
Inner Pot
<Clean the inner pot after it
has cooled down>
Wash the inner pot with
dishwashing liquid and a
cleaning sponge, and then
rinse it thoroughly.
* Do not wash it with a nylon surface.
Inner Pot
P.2
Rice Scoop, Rice Scoop Holder, and Ladle
Wash them with dishwashing liquid and a cleaning
sponge, and then rinse them thoroughly.
Tips
Cleaning (cont.)
Clean the Parts after Use Every Time (Cont.)
Heater Plate
Wipe it with a well-wrung-out cloth.
If the heater plate is left unclean, rust and
burning may occur.
Bottom Sensor
Water Temperature
Sensor
Top Frame
Tank Holder
Wipe it with a well-wrung-out
cloth.
Wipe it with a well-wrungout cloth.
To Remove Stubborn Dirt
Bottom Sensor
Water Level
Sensor
Measuring Cup
Remove any stubborn
dirt by polishing with fine
sandpaper (approx. #800)
and then wipe with a wellwrung-out cloth.
Wipe it with a wellwrung-out cloth.
* Do not scratch it.
Wash it with
dishwashing liquid
and a cleaning sponge,
and then rinse it
thoroughly.
* Do not wash it with a
nylon surface.
Main Unit
Wipe it with a well-wrungout cloth.
To Remove Odors from the Main Unit
When odor cannot be removed completely,
1
Put water in the inner pot
and tank.
1 Pour water in the inner
pot up to the scale “0.5”
of
(JAPAN WHITE)
“CONGEE”.
2 Put water in the tank and
attach it to the main unit.
2
3
Boil the water.
1 Press
and select “JAPAN WHITE”.
2 Press
and select “CONGEE”.
3 Press
.
P.10
4 When cooking is finished, press
It will take approx. 60 minutes until the
keep-warm mode starts.
.
Wash the unit.
P.22
The water in the main unit and
tank is hot. Wash after the
water has cooled down.
1 Open the lid and remove
the inner pot, heat sink, and
cartridge, and then wash
them.
2 Remove the tank and drain
the water, and then wash
the tank.
When You Cannot Cook Rice Well
Causes and Solutions
Rice is too soft.
Rice is too firm.
Rice cannot be cooked
well.
Rice is different than
usual.
Did you measure the rice correctly with the supplied measuring cup?
Using a kitchen measuring cup or measuring rice bin may result in an error.
P.10–11
Did you place the inner pot on a level surface and adjust the amount of water?
If you adjust the amount of water on an inclined surface, the amount of water
will increase or decrease and the texture of rice will vary.
Is the amount of water and the menu correct?
The texture of rice varies depending on the rice type, brand, and storage period.
P.9
Adjust the amount of water to match with your preference and try using another
menu.
Did you put hot water in the tank?
Doing so will cause the rice to be cooked with lower heat to prevent the
temperature of water in the tank from overheating, resulting in variations of the
texture of rice.
“QUICK” is for cooking rice that is firm.
Soaking the rice in water for a long time or setting a long-time reservation results in
rice that is soft.
If foreign objects such as rice grains or grime stick to the lid packing, edge of the
inner pot, or the top of the bottom sensor, cooked rice will be firm.
Wipe any foreign objects such as rice grains or grime off the surface.
Rice is too sticky.
Rice becomes hard.
Did you stir the rice within 15 minutes after cooking finished?
Failing to do so will result in excess water remaining and the cooked rice
becoming too sticky or hard.
The center of the cooked
rice looks like a crater.
This is typical when cooking with an IH heater and does not indicate an abnormality.
The inner pot itself generates heat and cooks rice in a manner in which the rice
along the wall of the inner pot becomes elevated to form a crater.
A thin film forms on the
rice and inner pot.
The thin film is produced as a result of the savory elements (starch) of the rice melting
and drying, and does not indicate an abnormality.
Rice burns.
<Rice burns in the following cases>
• Rice is not rinsed sufficiently. (The rice bran residue remains and is burnt.)
• Rice other than brown rice is cooked with “JAPAN BROWN”.
• Rice is soaked in water for a long time or a long-time reservation is set.
• Rice using seasonings, such as mixed rice, is cooked.
• Foreign objects such as rice grains stick to the bottom of the inner pot or the
top of the bottom sensor.
A brownish black color may be left on the bottom depending on the amount of cooked
rice (a small or large amount).
Mixed or sticky rice
cannot be cooked well.
Did you stir in the seasonings sufficiently after you added them?
If you do not sufficiently stir in the seasonings, they will sink to the bottom and
the rice will not be able to be cooked well.
If you stir the ingredients and rice, the rice may not be cooked well.
Cook the rice with the ingredients placed over it.
Did you add a lot of ingredients or large ingredients?
Is the amount of water appropriate?
Before adding the ingredients, adjust the amount of water to the water level
scale mark.
Did the amount of rice you cooked exceed the maximum amount of rice that can be
cooked?
When you add ingredients, the maximum amount of rice that can be cooked is
less than that when cooking white rice.
&
Trouble
Tips
Cooking Rice
Category
P.36
Tips
When You Cannot Cook Rice Well (cont.)
Category
Trouble
Rice has odor.
Rice becomes yellow.
Rice dries up.
Causes and Solutions
Keeping Warm
When rice has odor.
P.18
ATTENTION
Did you keep the rice warm for more than 24 hours?
Did you close the lid firmly?
Did you keep the rice warm with the rice scoop inside?
Did you add cold rice to the rice that is being kept warm?
Did you rinse the rice sufficiently?
If the rice bran remains, the rice will absorb the odor.
Did you make a reservation of more than 12 hours in summer?
Soaking the rice in water for a long time may cause the water to deteriorate,
resulting in odor.
Did you cook the rice after cooking mixed rice or the like?
If you use seasonings, the odor remains. Wash the inner pot, heat sink, and
cartridge carefully.
Cooked rice may appear yellow depending on the type of rice and water.
If you cook the rice in alkaline water with a pH value of 9 or more, or mineral
water with a high degree of hardness, the cooked rice appears yellow.
Are the heat sink, cartridge, bush, and other parts free from dirt, or did you forget to
attach them?
Are foreign objects such as rice grains stuck to the area between the edge of the inner
pot and the lid packing?
Remove them.
P.6
P.10–11
P.22–24
P.22–23
<Status Display>
Displays the status of the main unit on the LCD display.
Status Display
Displayed in the following cases
is not pressed after setting
a reservation.
(If the reservation is not confirmed.)
There is no water in the tank.
There is only a small amount of
water in the tank.
There is no tank.
There is too much water in the tank.
There is a buildup of white scale on
the walls of the tank.
The water in the tank is hot.
Rice is cooked with hot water in
the tank.
Remedy
Press
to clear
“ ” display.
Set the reservation again, and then press
last to confirm the reservation.
There is not enough water in the tank.
Increase the amount of water, and then start
again from the beginning.
Reduce the amount of water, and then insert the
tank properly.
Wash the tank if it is dirty.
Replace the hot water in the tank with cold
water.
Troubleshooting
Before requesting repairs, please read the instruction manual carefully and check the following points.
Causes and Solutions
&
Trouble
Cooking time is too long.
P.36
Did the amount of rice you cooked exceed the maximum amount of rice that can be
cooked?
Is the menu appropriate?
The cooking time may be longer depending on the rice type and menu.
P.13·15·16
Did you put hot water in the tank?
Doing so will cause the rice to be cooked with lower heat to prevent the water in the
tank from overheating, resulting that the cooking time becomes longer.
Water in the tank becomes
cloudy.
Water in the tank boils over.
Water in the tank spills out.
Did you attach the cartridge and bush correctly before cooking rice?
Did the amount of rice you cooked exceed the maximum amount of rice that can be
cooked?
Is the amount of water appropriate?
If the water level is higher by 2 mm or more than the scale on the inner pot, the
water in the tank may become cloudy or boil over. To cook at a water level higher
than the scale, select “SOFT” from menu.
Did you select the right menu?
If you cook a congee with any menu other than “CONGEE”, the water may boil over.
Are foreign objects such as rice grains stuck to the area between the edge of the inner pot
and the lid packing?
Remove them.
If the rice is not rinsed sufficiently, the water may boil over.
When you open or close the lid after cooking is finished, a bubbling noise will be
generated. If you open the lid at this time, water may spill out of the tank.
Water in the tank has odors
after cooking.
Water has odors because it absorbs them during cooking.
Tank lid becomes
discolored.
The tank lid may become discolored over time.
Discoloration does not affect performance and hygiene.
Reservation cannot be set.
Is the menu or status appropriate for a reservation?
You cannot make a reservation for “QUICK” or “MIXED” and during cooking or
keeping warm.
Did you press
P.9·11
P.12–17
P.20–21
Did you select a menu for which a reservation cannot be made?
You cannot make a reservation for “QUICK” and “MIXED”.
Cooking is not finished at
the reserved time.
Is the current time display correct?
The time is displayed in a 24-hour format. Check it again.
Did a power cut occur during cooking?
Steam leaks.
Are foreign objects stuck to the heat sink and lid packing?
Remove them.
Is the pipe of the tank lid clogged with rice grains?
Is the cartridge packing attached correctly?
Is the lid packing, check valve, or inner pot deformed or missing?
Please replace the parts by a new one.
Mist or water droplets form
on the front left of the tank
or front left of lid.
If the temperature of the water in the tank rises, steam may be discharged from the air
vent hole on the top surface of the tank lid. This becomes particularly noticeable when the
room temperature is low but this does not affect cooking performance and safety.
Do not block the air vent hole. Doing so may cause the water in the tank to boil over as a
result of changes in the pressure when the lid is opened and closed.
Condensation drips on the
top frame and rice.
Condensation may drip depending on the rice type, menu, amount of rice cooked, and
room temperature.
Wipe off any condensation from the top frame and lid packing, if necessary.
P.19
P.19
Tips
Pressing
generates a
“blip blip blip” sound.
?
P.22
P.36
P.22
Tips
Troubleshooting (cont.)
Trouble
Causes and Solutions
Lid cannot be closed.
Lid is difficult to close.
Are foreign objects such as rice grains stuck to the top frame or bottom of the inner pot?
Remove them.
Are the cartridge and heat sink attached correctly?
Are the tank lid, tank, and tank cover attached correctly?
Sound can be heard during
cooking or keeping warm.
Sound can be heard when
the lid is opened and closed
after cooking.
A buzzing sound is produced by the fan that allows the heat inside to escape to the
outside.
Buzzing and clinking sounds are typical of IH cooking heaters.
Simmering and hissing sounds are produced by boiling water at a high heat.
A cracking sound is produced by reducing steam to water.
Bubbling and rattling sounds are produced by air bubbles.
A “blip blip blip blip” sound
occurs shortly after pressing
.
The inner pot is not in the main unit.
Put the inner pot into the main unit.
A “blip blip blip blip” sound
occurs and status display
appears shortly after
pressing
.
Check the amount of water in the tank and adjust it again.
The status display appears when the tank is dirty or the tank mists, or when water droplets
or air bubbles form on it.
Wipe the water level sensor surfaces (inside and outside).
Is the appliance placed on an unstable surface?
Place the appliance on a level and stable surface.
If the main unit is wobbled when cooking starts, the water surface will move, causing the
status display to appear.
Button operation cannot be
performed.
Are the main unit and power plugs disconnected?
cannot be operated during cooking, keeping warm, and
Any button other than the
reservation.
“FIRM”, “SOFT”, and “QUICK” can be selected when “WHITE” or “JAPAN WHITE” is
selected for
.
“HOUZYUN” can only be selected when “JAPAN WHITE” is selected for
.
Remaining time display
advances all of a sudden or
stops.
This is because the cooking time is adjusted to cook a tasty rice in response to changes
in the amount of rice, season of the year, room temperature, water temperature, amount of
water, voltage, and so on. The time may become longer by approx. 10 to 15 minutes.
Remaining time is not
displayed.
The remaining time (approx.) is displayed from the start of cooking only when
“REGULAR”, “FIRM”, “SOFT”, “QUICK”, “CONGEE” is selected for “WHITE” and “JAPAN
WHITE”, or “HOUZYUN” is selected for “JAPAN WHITE”.
The remaining time is displayed in countdown mode for other rice types and menu.
LCD display turns off when
the power plug is pulled
out.
The built-in battery is exhausted. Even if the battery is exhausted, the appliance can be
used by inserting the power plug. Correct the current time display every time you make a
reservation.
Contact Mitsubishi Electric service centre with regards to replacing the battery.
(Service charge will be incurred.)
Sparks are generated when
the power plug is inserted.
This is because electric current flows to the electric parts in the main unit to recharge the battery.
This does not indicate a failure.
“ ” appears on the LCD
display.
P.22–23
P.22–23
P.26
If a towel or other item is laid under the main unit, the air inlet at the bottom of the unit
will be blocked, which may cause “ ” to appear and cooking to stop prematurely.
Remove the towel or other item that is laid and unplug the power plug from the
outlet and then plug it back in. “ ” will disappear and you will be able to use the
appliance.
If “ ” appears again, unplug the power plug and contact your local dealer.
*If you accidentally drop the main unit or tank, if part of the main unit or tank is cracked, chipped, broken, loose, or
rattling, if you accidentally put water or rice directly in the main unit, or if a lot of water boils over, stop using the
appliance and contact Mitsubishi Electric service centre for any inspection or repairing.
If you are unable to resolve the problem despite performing the above checks, stop using the appliance and be sure
to disconnect the power plug. Notify Mitsubishi Electric service centre of the circumstances of the problem and the
alphanumeric characters ( , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ) indicated on the LCD display.
Recipes
Sticky Rice
Use supplied measuring cup (1 cup = approx. 180 mL).
1 tablespoon = 15 mL, 1 teaspoon = 5 mL (1 mL = 1 cc).
Cooking Capacity
for Sticky Rice
Red Bean Rice
MENU FIRM
&
Max. 4 cups
(Using Japanese rice)
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups sticky rice (Japanese rice)
1/4 cups (approx. 30 g) sasage beans
Pinch of roasted black sesame seeds
Pinch of salt
1 Place sasage beans in pot with plenty of water. Discard water after it boils.
2 Boil again with plenty of water. Simmer by low heat until sasage beans are firm.
Separate sasage beans from broth and let both cool.
3 Wash the sticky rice until water runs clear.
4 Place rice and broth from 2 in inner pot. Add water to the line marked “3” for
“STICKY RICE”.
5 Spread sasage beans from 2 evenly on top and soak for an hour. Select
,
and cook.
6 When rice is done, stir and put in bowl. Sprinkle roasted black sesame seeds and
salt as desired.
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups sticky rice (Japanese rice)
3 slices fresh salmon
1/2 bunch of honeywort
Pinch of white roasted sesame seeds
3 tbsp soy sauce
A 3 tbsp mirin
3 tbsp sake
1 Wash the sticky rice until water runs
clear and soak in plenty of water for
an hour.
2 Cut each slice of salmon into 4 or 5
pieces.
Sticky Rice with
Wild Vegetables
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups sticky rice (Japanese rice)
100 g boiled wild vegetables
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp salt
A
1 tbsp sake
Pinch of soup powder (dashi)
Tips
MENU FIRM
3 Lightly boil honeywort, remove excess water
and cut into 2 cm pieces.
4 Place A in pot with 300 mL of water. When
water boils, add salmon and simmer for 2 to
3 minutes.
5 Take out salmon and let broth cool.
Remove skin and bones from salmon and
tear into small pieces.
6 Place rice and broth from 5 in inner pot.
Add water to the line marked “3” for “STICKY
RICE”, select
,
and cook.
7 When rice is done, mix with salmon from
5, stir and put in bowl. Sprinkle honeywort
and roasted white sesame seeds over rice.
1 Wash the sticky rice until water runs clear.
2 Place rice in inner pot, add water to the line
marked “3” for “STICKY RICE”, and soak
for an hour.
3 Wash wild vegetables and cut into thin
strips.
4 Add A into 2 and mix.
5 Place 3 on top of rice, select
,
and
cook.
6 When rice is done, stir and serve.
Recipes
Sticky Rice
with Salmon
Recipes
Sushi
Tips for Making
Sushi Rice
(Using Japanese rice)
Hand-Roll
Sushi
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups Japanese rice
1 tbsp sake
Vinegar mix
4 tbsp rice vinegar
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
Pinch of dried seaweed
Pinch of sashimi, Japanese omelet,
fermented soybeans (Natto), etc.
Pinch of green perilla and wasabi
Vinegar .....................Use high-quality rice vinegar for the best results.
Soup stock (dashi) ...Cook with soup stock made from dried kelp, or water and a dash
of sake.
Vinegar mix ..............When serving with sashimi such as tuna, reduce sweetness by
cutting down on the amount of sugar in the sushi rice recipe
below.
When stirring in vinegar mix
• Stir while rice is still hot to allow vinegar to soak into rice more easily.
• Fan to quickly lower temperature and make rice shiny.
• Hold rice scoop upright and mix with cutting motion to prevent rice from becoming
sticky.
1 Wash the rice until water runs clear.
2 Place rice and sake in inner pot. Add water to
the line marked “3” for “SUSHI”, stir, select
,
and
cook.
3 Wipe sushi bowl with cloth moistened with
vinegar. Place cooked rice in moistened bowl.
4 While cooling rice with fan, quickly stir in
vinegar mix with cutting motion to prevent
rice from becoming sticky.
5 Cut dried seaweed into suitable size. Place
sushi rice from 4 on seaweed, spread the
filling of your choice onto rice, and roll.
Sushi for Girls’ Day
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups of sushi rice
Dried shiitake mushrooms boiled in sugar
4 dried shiitake mushrooms
2 tbsp sugar
A 1 1/2 tbsp soy sauce
Gourd strips boiled in sugar
20 g dried gourd
Pinch of salt
2 tbsp sugar
B 1 1/2 tbsp soy sauce
Boiled rape blossoms
80 g rape blossoms
2 tbsp soup stock (dashi)
C 1 tsp soy sauce
2 slices salted salmon
Shredded egg crepes
2 eggs
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp potato starch
1 1/2 tbsp water
Little vegetable oil
2 tbsp white sesame seeds
4 tbsp salmon roe
1 Make sushi rice.
See “Hand-Roll Sushi” above.
2 Soak dried shiitake mushrooms in warm
water and cut into thin slices. Place in pot and
cover slices with flavored water used to soak
shiitake. Add A and slowly simmer until water
is gone.
3 Wet dried gourd strips, rub with salt, then
rinse. Place in pot with B and add water to just
cover strips. Simmer until water is gone. Once
strips are boiled, chop into chunks.
4 Boil rape blossoms with salt. Squeeze to
remove excess water and cut into 1.5 cm
pieces. Soak in C for about 5 minutes and
drain with strainer to dry.
5 Wrap salted salmon in aluminum foil and grill. Remove skin and bones from salmon
and tear into small pieces. Cut skin into thin slices.
6 Mix eggs with salt and starch mixed with water. Pour thin layer of vegetable oil onto
frying pan and cook 2 to 3 thin crepe-like omelets. Once cooled, make shredded egg
crepes by cutting eggs into thin 4 to 5 cm strips.
7 Mix white sesame seeds and 23 with sushi rice, mound in bowl, and decorate with
456 and salmon roe.
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
Same amount of rice and vinegar mix as P.30
3 slices lightly-salted salmon
2 knobs of ginger
Pinch of white radish sprouts
Little sake and vinegar
Pinch of white sesame seeds
Sweet Beancurd
Sushi
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
Same amount of rice and vinegar mix as P.30
8 pieces of rectangular deep-fried tofu
200 mL soup stock (dashi)
A 7 tbsp sugar
100 mL sake
3 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp mirin
Little vinegar water
Pinch of sweet pickled ginger
&
1 Make sushi rice.
See “Hand-Roll Sushi” on
P.30 .
2 Grill salmon without burning.
Remove skin and bones, mix with
sake and vinegar after cut into flakes.
3 Cut ginger into thin strips and
remove harsh taste. Cut white radish
sprouts into 2 cm pieces.
4 Mix salmon, white sesame seeds and
ginger with sushi rice.
5 Put in bowl and sprinkle with white
radish sprouts.
1 Make sushi rice.
See “Hand-Roll Sushi” on
P.30 .
2 Cut deep-fried tofu in half and open
pouch. Pour hot water on pouches to
rinse off excess oil.
3 Heat up A in pot. Add pouches, soy
sauce, and mirin. Simmer by low
heat. (Let A simmer alone first and
make them shine once after adding
pouches.) Allow pouches to cool in
pot.
4 Gently squeeze liquid from pouches,
put vinegar water on hands, and fill
pouches with sushi rice.
5 Put in bowl and place sweet pickled ginger on the side.
Sushi Balls
MENU FIRM
Ingredients (4 servings)
2 cups of sushi rice
100 g white fish (for sashimi)
8 slices smoked salmon
Little grated wasabi
Few pieces of lemons
1 Make sushi rice.
See “Hand-Roll Sushi” on P.30 .
2 Cut white fish into thin slices and smoked
salmon in linear half.
3 Soak cloth in water with little amount of
vinegar and tightly squeeze out excess
liquid from cloth.
Place white fish in the center of cloth,
spread wasabi, place desired amount of
sushi rice on top, and squeeze cloth to
create round shape.
4 Make salmon balls in the same manner and
decorate with small slices of lemon.
Recipes
Salmon Sushi
Rice
Recipes
Mixed Rice
Tips for Making
Mixed Rice
Cooking Capacity for Mixed Rice
Max. 3 cups using white rice
Follow the tips below for the best results.
water ready in bowl
1. Have
and add all at once
ingredients quickly when
4. Add
steaming
Rice initially absorbs water easily. Make sure to change
water quickly to prevent rice from absorbing the smell of
bran.
Have water ready in separate bowl and pour into rice at
once. Swiftly stir rice and quickly pour out water.
For ingredients that need to preserve color or are boiled
beforehand, make sure to add after the buzzer goes off.
Spread evenly over rice as quickly as possible, immediately
close lid, and let steam for another 10 minutes.
2.
Be quick when washing rice
When washing, lightly rub rice grains and then rinse.
Repeat until water runs clear. Ideally, the entire process
should take less than 3 minutes.
3.
5.
Stir rice after it is done
When rice is done, turn off keep-warm mode. Stir within 15
minutes and let excess water evaporate. When stirring, sweep the
scoop along the sides of the pot and mix thoroughly.
Cook with ingredients on
top of rice
Stir well after adding seasoning to water.
Spread ingredients evenly over rice and cook. Mixing
the ingredients with the rice may sometimes make poor
results. Using more ingredients than listed on the recipe
may also make poor results.
Do not let rice mix with the seasoning and ingredients for a
prolonged period of time.
What to do with Leftover Mixed Rice
Separate into small serving portions, individually wrap with
plastic wrap, and store in freezer.
Reheat with microwave or make rice porridge by adding
water.
Rice Mixed with Vegetables/Meat
MENU MIXED
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups white rice
50 g chicken breast
1/2 medium-sized carrot (approx. 50 g)
1 deep-fried tofu
30 g boiled bamboo shoots
3 dried shiitake mushrooms
2 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tbsp mirin
A 1 tbsp sake
1 tsp salt
Pinch of soup powder (dashi)
Flavored water used to soak dried
shiitake mushrooms
1 Peel carrots and boil deep-fried tofu to
remove excess oil. Soak dried shiitake
mushrooms in approx. 500 mL of water and
cut away stems. Cut deep-fried tofu, shiitake
mushrooms, chicken and bamboo shoots into
thin strips.
2 Wash rice until water runs clear.
3 Place rice in inner pot and add water to
the line marked “3” for
(White rice)
“WHITE” or
(Japanese white rice)
“JAPAN WHITE”. Pour in flavored water used
to soak shiitake mushrooms, add A, and stir.
4 Spread filling from 1 evenly over rice, select
and cook.
5 When rice is done, stir and serve.
MENU MIXED
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups white rice
200 g boiled bamboo shoots
Pinch of soup powder (dashi)
3 tbsp sake
A
2 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tsp salt
Pinch of leaf buds
Sweet Potato
Rice
MENU MIXED
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups white rice
250 g sweet potatoes
2 tbsp sake
1 tsp salt
Pinch of roasted black sesame seeds
Rice with
Canned
Salmon
MENU MIXED
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups white rice
1 can (approx. 200 g) canned salmon
4 fresh shiitake mushrooms
500 mL soup stock made from dried kelp
3 tbsp sake
A 2/3 tsp salt
1 tbsp soy sauce
Pinch of chives
&
1 Remove tips of bamboo shoots and cut
vertically in half. Cut remainder into thin
slices.
2 Wash rice until water runs clear.
3 Place rice and A in inner pot, add water to
the line marked “3” for
(White rice)
“WHITE” or
(Japanese white rice)
“JAPAN WHITE”, and stir.
4 Spread 1 evenly over rice, select
and cook.
5 When rice is done, stir, put in bowl, and
sprinkle with leaf buds.
1 Cut sweet potatoes into 1 cm round slices.
Cut slices into 4 and soak in water to
remove harsh taste.
2 Wash rice until water runs clear.
3 Place rice in inner pot and add water to
the line marked “3” for
(White rice)
“WHITE” or
(Japanese white rice)
“JAPAN WHITE”. Add sake and salt, and
stir.
4 Spread sweet potatoes from 1 evenly over
rice, select
and cook.
5 When rice is done, stir and put in bowl.
Sprinkle roasted black sesame seeds as
desired.
1 Separate salmon and liquid from can.
2 Cut fresh shiitake mushrooms into thin
strips.
3 Wash rice until water runs clear.
4 Place rice, liquid from 1, and soup stock
made from dried kelp in inner pot. Add water
to the line marked “3” for
(White rice)
“WHITE” or
(Japanese white rice)
“JAPAN WHITE”, add A, and stir.
5 Spread salmon from 1 and 2 evenly over
rice, select
and cook.
6 When rice is done, lightly mix, put in bowl,
and sprinkle with chives.
Recipes
Bamboo Shoot
Rice
Recipes
Brown Rice
Cooking Capacity
for Brown Rice
Max. 3 cups
(Using Japanese rice)
Brown Rice
MENU REGULAR
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups brown rice (Japanese rice)
1 Lightly wash brown rice to remove dust
and husk.
2 Place 1 in inner pot and add water to the
line marked “3” for “BROWN”.
3 Select
,
and cook.
4 When rice is done, stir and serve.
Brown Rice
Salad
MENU REGULAR
Ingredients (4 servings)
3 cups brown rice (Japanese rice)
90 g canned tuna
Little lemon juice
Pinch of sugar
Pinch of raisins
Little brandy
2 green peppers
1/3 onion
1 tomato
Pinch of sliced almonds
Pinch of parsley
Pinch of red leaf lettuce
Little French dressing
1 Cook brown rice and let cool.
2 Roughly flake tuna and add lemon juice mixed with sugar.
3 Mix brandy with raisins.
4 Wash green peppers, remove seeds, and coarsely cut into slices.
5 Cut onion, soak in water, and squeeze out excess water with cloth.
6 Peel tomato after boiled in hot water, cut into round slices, remove seeds, and
dice.
7 Cut parsley.
8 Wash red leaf lettuce, tear into large pieces, and cool in ice water.
9 Mix cooled brown rice with 2 through 6 and place red leaf lettuce on plate.
Decorate with almonds and parsley, and sprinkle dressing over entire salad.
Cooking Capacity for Congee
Max. 0.75 cup
(Up to 0.5 cup with ingredients)
White Rice
Congee
MENU CONGEE
Ingredients (4 servings)
0.75 cup rice
Minced Meat with
Japanese Pickles
Congee
Toppings
Pickled Plum with
Daikon
MENU CONGEE
Ingredients (4 servings)
1 pickled plum
150 g grated daikon
1 Wash rice until water runs clear.
2 Place rice in inner pot and add water to the
line marked “0.75” for
(White rice)
“CONGEE” or
(Japanese white
rice) “CONGEE”.
3 Select
and cook.
4 When rice is done, put in warm bowl.
&
Congee
Dash of soy sauce
1 Remove pit from pickled plum and cut into tiny pieces.
2 Mix 1 with grated daikon and add a dash of soy sauce for
extra flavor.
MENU CONGEE
Ingredients (4 servings)
100 g minced pork
1 tbsp vegetable oil
50 g Japanese pickles (pickled
eggplant and cucumber, etc.)
Little sake
Little soy sauce
Pinch of seven-spice chili
pepper
1 Coarsely mince Japanese pickles.
2 Pour vegetable oil onto hot frying pan and stir-fry minced pork.
3 Once meat crumbles into small pieces, add 1, sake and
soy sauce. Stir-fry some more and sprinkle with seven-spice
chili pepper.
Minced Meat with
Japanese Pickles
Tofu with Seasoned
Cod Roe
MENU CONGEE
Ingredients (4 servings)
1 seasoned cod roe
1/3 brick of cotton tofu
1 tsp sake
1 tsp soy sauce
1 Cut seasoned cod roe lengthwise and take out roe.
2 Break tofu into small pieces and roast in pot with sake.
3 Add 1 and soy sauce to 2 and lightly roast.
Pickled
Plum with
Daikon
Seven-Herb Congee
Ingredients (4 servings)
0.75 cup rice
Pinch of salt
Greens
Japanese parsley
Daikon leaves
White turnip leaves
Japanese mustard spinach
Potherb mustard, etc., all as
needed
1 Follow steps 1 through 3 of “White Rice Congee” above.
2 Boil greens in hot water and place in bowl of cold water.
Squeeze out excess water and coarsely cut.
3 When 1 is done, add 2 and salt, and let steam for approx.
5 minutes.
Tofu with Seasoned Cod Roe
The congees in the above photo were made with the water level
“CONGEE”.
Seven Herbs
The seven herbs are Japanese parsley, shepherd’s purse, Jersey
cudweed, chickweed, henbit, turnip leaves, and daikon leaves.
Recipes
MENU CONGEE
Specifications
Model
NJ-EXSA10JH
Power supply
220 V∼50 Hz
Cooking: 1270 W, Keeping warm: 1270 W (25 W*1)
Cooking capacity (min. – max.)
Power consumption
White rice
White rice
Japanese rice
0.18–1.0 L (1–5.5 cups)
Brown rice
0.18–1.0 L (1–5.5 cups)
———
0.18–0.54 L (1–3 cups)
Mixed rice (white rice)
0.18–0.54 L (1–3 cups)
0.18–0.54 L (1–3 cups)
Congee
0.09–0.14 L (0.5–0.75 cups)
0.09–0.14 L (0.5–0.75 cups)
Sticky rice
———
0.36–0.72 L (2–4 cups)
Sushi (white rice)
———
0.36–1.0 L (2–5.5 cups)
Quick (white rice)
0.18–0.54 L (1–3 cups)
Power cord length
0.18–0.54 L (1–3 cups)
1.0 m
Dimensions (W × D × H)
253 × 348 × 245 mm
Approx. 6.6 kg*2
Weight
The power consumption refers to the maximum electric power consumed instantaneously when cooking or keeping rice warm.
The appearance and specifications are subject to change without advance notice.
*1 Average power consumption while keeping rice warm (at room temperature 23°C)
*2 Including the power cord.
Menu Summary
Recipes
Normal rice
cooking
: This function can be used. ×: This function is not recommended.
Water level
Rice
WHITE
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
JAPAN
BROWN
JAPAN
WHITE
BROWN
HOUZYUN cooking
JAPAN
WHITE
CONGEE
Congee
CONGEE
CONGEE
Sushi
SUSHI
Sticky rice
Mixed rice
STICKY
RICE
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
Approx.
cooking
time (min.)
52–61
REGULAR/FIRM/SOFT
37–46
QUICK
51–61
REGULAR/FIRM/SOFT
36–46
QUICK
Menu
—: This function is not available.
Timer
Keep
warm
Menu
memory
—
—
—
—
REGULAR
83–107
×
HOUZYUN
67–75
WHITE
CONGEE
74–81
×
×
—
JAPAN
WHITE
CONGEE
63–70
×
×
—
CONGEE
98–105
×
×
—
FIRM
50–59
FIRM
49–58
×
MIXED
61–71
—
MIXED
62–69
—
×
×
×
JAPAN
BROWN
JAPAN
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
WHITE
JAPAN
WHITE
Sole Agent in Hong Kong
Mitsubishi Electric Ryoden Air-Conditioning & Visual Information Systems (Hong Kong) Limited.
Head Office: Tel.: 2510 1505
Service Center: Tel.: 2427 8484
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