All-metal type induction cookers are utilized to heating up the non-iron pans such as the copper and aluminum pans. These cookers are designed to drive the heating coil with extremely high frequency and large AC current. However, the high-frequency large current drive tends to generate a large electromagnetic force which has the direction levitating the pans to be heated and damages the safeties of the induction cooking by moving the hot pans. The purpose of this study is to propose a novel heating coil structure that can reduce the levitation force. The proposed structure coil is similar to the axial gap induction machine. This coil structure generates the electromagnetic force in parallel to the coil surface rather than perpendicular to the surface, thus mitigating the levitation force. In addition, a novel AC power supply is proposed to drive the proposed structure coil. The experiment revealed a successful reduction of the levitation force by approximately 20% compared to the conventional coil structure, supporting the effectiveness of the proposed coil structure.