The Top 3 Best Zojirushi Rice Cookers (As Of May 2019)
Here are the top 3 Zojirushi rice cookers followed by a list of their latest models:
Because of this rice cooker's overall ranking of 90%, we are confident that the Zojirushi NS-LGC05 is currently Alphachooser's best Zojirushi rice cooker 2019. Furthermore, we think that our 305 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies making it a "no-brainer best choice."
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Because of star rating of 4.5 derived from 486 reviews, here is what we consider second best Zojirushi rice cooker. * This list, by the way, is based on an in-depth aggregation of hundreds of reviews from around the web.
The 16 latest Zojirushi Japanese rice cookers (as of June, 2019)
The NS-LGC05 is a 3-cup- rice cooker and food warmer combo from Zojirushi and it features familiar Japanese specs such as unique modes like quick-cook, steel-cut oatmeal, and GABA brown rice -- all of which operate through the advanced fuzzy logic technology it was fitted with.
At 1350 watts, the 10-cup (uncooked) Zojirushi NP-HCC18 eagerly churns energy to power its induction heating system, micom technology, two delay timers, and preset programs like porridge, GABA brown rice, jasmine rice, and sushi.
One of Zojirushi's Micom rice cookers running on an induction heating system, the 1230-watt NP-HCC10 is furnished with specialized modes like Porridge, GABA brown rice, Sushi, and Jasmine rice, two delay timer settings, and a capacity of 5.5 uncooked cups.
Meant for small-scale use at a capacity of 3 raw cups (6 cooked cups), the Japanese NP-GBC05 rice cooker sports a compact body and a not-so-compact list of features, which includes an induction heating technology, fuzzy logic, and preset programs like sushi, mixed, GABA brown rice, and rinse-free.
The 5.5-cup (uncooked) NS-WAC10 rice cooker by Zojirushi is powered by micom fuzzy logic to streamline its numerous cooking modes (which includes sushi, sweet, porridge, and rinse-free, among others) and extended 8-hour keep-warm feature.
Loaded with features like three automatic pressure levels, an advanced version of fuzzy logic technology, and induction heating, it is no surprise that this 10-raw-cup Japanese rice cooker guzzles a lot of power at a wattage of 1370 watts.
The 1240-watt NP-NVC10 is a 5.5-uncooked-cup induction-heating rice cooker that is packed with quite a lot of Japanese-style sophisticated features such as AI Fuzzy Logic, three automatic pressure levels, and uncommon preset programs like GABA brown rice, sushi/sweet, umami, steam-reduce, and scorch.
Save for it being cULus-listed, the 5.5-cup NS-RNC10 Japanese rice cooker from Zojirushi is like any other standard rice cooker, equipped only with typical functions like cook, automatic keep-warm, and automatic shut-off, all of which run on a relatively-modest 485 watts.
The NS-TSC10, which can be programmed with two different delay timer settings, is a rather advanced 5.5-uncooked-cup (10 cooked cups) rice cooker that is fitted with Zojirushi's micro-computerized fuzzy-logic technology, devised to control and tailor the machine's numerous modes (brown rice, quick cook, porridge, sweet, cake, steam, among others).
Another Zojirushi rice cooker with the Micom Fuzzy Logic technology, the 10-cup (uncooked) NS-TSC18 comes with special modes such as sweet, steam, cake, and mixed and two delay timer settings (all running at a not-so-small 820 watts).
The small Zojirushi NS-LAC05 rice cooker sports a variety of preset programs like sushi, mixed rice, and porridge, and operates with the brand's Micro-computerized fuzzy logic technology to cook 3 raw cups (0.54 liters) of rice.