In Japan, people very often take their lunch to the office or school, in a specially designed box. This bento box was created by the craftsman Shunji KURIMORI, the sixth generation of Magewappa's creative craftsmen. Magewappa is a high-temperature steam woodworking technique that allows you to shape a wooden blade to the desired shape. The inside of the box, without varnish, allows an optimal conservation of the cooked rice. The outside of the box is protected by a food grade varnish.
Volume: 600 ml
Dimensions: W20 x L11cmxH5.7cm
Material: Cedar from the Akita region of Japan
For the first use, first moisten the inside with a damp cloth, then wipe to prevent the rice from sticking to the box. After use rinse the bento box in hot water, pour boiling water, and wait 2 to 3 minutes. Discard the water and then place it horizontally, with the opening facing upwards for drying. Not suitable for dishwasher and microwave oven.