Good rice cooker but replacement tubs are not available.
1 July 2014
Summary: While this is a great rice cooker be aware that replacement cooking tubs are not available. After two years of occasional use the tub developed a spot where the non-stick coating started to lift. An online search shows that the tub is not for sale in the US at least.
Summary: Great rice cooker. It always makes perfect rice for our 2 person household. However, this rice cooker is not for someone who has rice every now and then. save your money and use a pot or $20 cooker. This device is meant for people who have rice multiple times a week.
Summary: My last rice cooker is Zojirushi too. I bought this one because last one was unable to keep rice soft if I want to keep it warm. The first layer of rice became hard and yellow. This cooker is perfect and I find I need to set regular rice cooking with "shushi" if I want to eat rice tighter, softer,...
Summary: This has been on my "wish list" for a while - I determined the size that I wanted and researched many options before I chose the Zojirushi rice cooker. After our old rice cooker finally died, I received my long-awaited rice cooker.
Summary: I have owned alot of rice cookers, mostly cheap ones and larger. This one is the best yet! Didn't know if a 5 1/2 cup would be big enough with 3 adults in the house, it is just the right size. It is built to last, very well thought out and easy to use. Money well spent!
Summary: My maiden voyage with this was wild rice. At the end of the cycle I had a bunch of standing water left in the cooker, despite using the recommended amount of water. I guess I could keep it and use less water next time but for the other problem -- instead of the steam just venting into the air I was...
Summary: This rice cooker cooks the white rice just right. Easy to follow instructions which takes away the guess work on how much water to put in. Size is just enough for a small party. Plays music when you start cooking and when it finishes.
Summary: I use this rice cooker once or twice a day. Everything (brown rice, sushi, steel cut oatmeal, sweet sticky rice, etc) comes out perfectly. I would never be able to cook such perfect rice on the stove.