Choose this traditional Japanese bento box with its blue seigaiha pattern representing prosperity, luck, and peace
The first lacquered wooden bentos appeared during the Azuchi-Momoyama period (late 1500s). Inspired by the seed boxes of farmers, they were mainly used during tea ceremonies and kabuki theater intermissions. Reserved for Japanese people from the upper class, bentos were a strong social marker.
This traditional bento box consists of 3 compartments. They allow you to put food in without mixing it. This system is very convenient for separating sweet and savory, for example. The strap allows you to transport your meal without the risk of it opening and spilling in your bag.
- Wooden bento box
- Dimensions: 19 x 10 x 9.8 cm
- The package includes a bento box, a strap, and a storage bag with a seigaiha pattern. It also contains chopsticks, a spoon, a fork, and a matching case.
💯 The T-shaped divider in the bento box is removable. It allows you to manage food quantities and create a varied meal. You can choose to mix or separate the ingredients that will make up your meal.
💯 Practical and efficient, the traditional bento box is designed to keep food at room temperature. If you want to reheat your meal, we recommend putting it on a microwave-safe plate.
💯 The 3 compartments of the lunch box are used to place your food types such as carbohydrates, proteins, and vegetables. Add a sweet touch by bringing a fresh fruit to enjoy for dessert.
💯 Take a look at our range of lunch boxes by visiting our collection of Japanese bento boxes. You will find typically Japanese patterns and different sizes.