A binkake is a smaller variation of the furogama. It is typically less formal, lighter in weight and lower in cost. It works well with a tetsubine (cast iron spouted pitcher), and can work with a full kama if you pick one that is the right size.
This particular binkake uses a shino-ware ceramic shell, and is what is called "open mouth" style with a wider front opening. It is one of the more formal of the binkakes; its degree of formality is Gyo (semi-formal). It comes with the appropriate tiles and a special sumi-like 400 Watt heating element.