A portable charcoal-burning brazier with a grill, used chiefly for cooking.(noun)
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Use "hibachi" in a sentence
"Beside the hibachi was a sheet of newspaper with a neat arrangement of little piles of unidentifiable flotsam on it."
"Japanese hug to themselves and hang over smaller stoves, called hibachi, metal vessels containing a handful of smouldering charcoal."
"Judging from my experience in the dining room and at the sushi bar I did not have the opportunity to try the so-called hibachi room, which operates in the old Benihana steak-house style, Lucky Buddha is not to be missed."