It was during the Edo period that these lunch boxes were popularized. Often associated with special events such as hanami (花見 ) (picnic under the cherry blossoms) or hina matsuri (雛祭り) (girls' day), these bento boxes (弁当箱) are still very present in Japanese life.
A true souvenir of the traditions of yesteryear, this lunch box is an essential ally for lunch. Compact, organized and light, this bento lunch box will follow you during your lunches on the road, at the office or just at home. The 3 compartments will allow you to segment your meals and to keep a maximum of flavor throughout the day.
As a precaution, we invite you to clean this bento lunch box by hand, underwater, drying it well after washing. We do not recommend putting it in the microwave, dishwasher or oven.
Materials used: Wood
Dimensions: 6.69x5.12x2.56 inches | 17,5x13x6,5 cm (LxWxH)