Origin of hibachi
Words nearby hibachi
How to use hibachi in a sentence
Then she sat down close to a hibachi, her back against the wall.
The father filled his pipe, lighted it at the hibachi, and began to smoke, as hundreds more were doing all round them.Peeps at Many Lands: Japan|John Finnemore
A common plan is to heat the pipehead in the charcoal of the hibachi, and then blow out the refuse.
That is all—except the smoking-box (hibachi) in the middle of the room, surrounded by kneeling-cushions.
As if to emphasize it, the hand she had persistently held behind her was thrust forward toward the burning coals in the hibachi.